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GWT 1 vs GWT 2

 
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Hallo,

I want to learn GWT. The problem ist that I have books for 1.5, 1.6, 1.7 version GWT and currently is 2.4 version. Is it useful when I read these books or the arhitecture has so changed that it makes no sense?

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Sorry for my English ;)
 
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Welcome to the Ranch.

GWT is fast evolving, so the books might not be really up to date. My experience is that the official GWT site has a detailed developer guide which is extremely useful. I would suggest using the books as a reference point to get your basics straight, but also refer to the site for any enhancements and new features.
 
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Ok, thanks, I'll do so.
 
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