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Greetings,

I first have to 'come clean' and state that I am a big Spring fan. That being said, I recently witnessed a large application build on GWT. These were are very smart developers, yet there must be s specific set of scenarios where GWT makes sense....but not in every scenario.

I would love to hear some war stories where GWT bit the project in the ass.


 
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