We're actively working on it. Note that 'super dev mode' isn't quite in
existence yet, it's more of a goal than a concrete thing at the moment.
Though there was a short lived branch with that name--most of those
particular changes have already gone in.
If you like, you can profile DevMode by running GWT from trunk and passing
-Dgwt.speedtracerlog="/path/to/myproject-st.html" which will cause DevMode
to output a SpeedTracer log to that file. You can then use the Chrome
Extension SpeedTracer to inspect the generated log to see where DevMode is
spending time for your app. If you'd like to share, you can feel free to
post screenshots of the SpeedTracer detail view for your Module Init.
This week Genuitec and Skyway Software released the second milestone
(M2) of MyEclipse for Spring 8.6, which includes scaffolding for GWT
applications. With this new release, our users can now generate full
ready-to-run GWT applications from a domain model (i.e. DB tables,
Java Beans, or JPA Entities).
As excited as we are about this new feature, we are eager to get
feedback from the GWT community. Some key aspects of our GWT
- The functionality is based on GWT 2.0.4 (no dependency on early
access or non-GA libraries)
- The generated code is based on current best practices (from last
year's Google I/O session with Ray Ryan and the MVP tutorials from
Chris Ramsdale) and UI Binder
- The GWT RPC services are based on Spring Services, and include
conversion of JPA objects to/from data transfer objects (DTO) that are
optimized for GWT
- The generated applications support both Spring 2.5.x and Spring 3.0
Again, we'd appreciate input and feedback from the GWT community.
Additional information and resources are as follows:
- More Details: http://bit.ly/9ydV0X
- Installer: http://bit.ly/asbbYo
- Tutorial: http://bit.ly/945fK2
- Getting Started Video (5 min): http://bit.ly/cwSawM
Luan Cestari wrote:
#1 - Which projects you prefer to use GWT instead of other frameworks (like JSF)? Do you think the cost to switch a team that already has a good skill in other framework is high (time, money, etc)? Any experiences?
#2 - Is there any list of open source projects that use GWT, so I can take a look at how they use the framework?
#3 - Do you know if Google is planning to publish their projects that use GWT (like Orkut) in Google Code as an open source project?
#4 - Which frameworks do you usually use with GWT? (Like Spring, Hibernate, etc)
Hauke Ingmar Schmidt wrote:
ahmed dohar wrote:
I was under the impression that you can use any backend you want; even none, if you do not need to communicate with the server. Sure, if you use the GWT RPC service some things look easier (sending complex Java objects back and forth) but you could communicate with e.g. JSON also, losing some comfort.
(The comfort may even lead to bad ideas, like sending the entities from DB directly to the client... )
matias Yaryura wrote:Hi all,
i'm using jQuery and i partner told me about WGT. What is the adventure that i have using GWT compare to using jQuery. I'm actually programming in Java so i've some knowlegde about it.
my intensition is used it in the company that i'm working.
Paulo Cesar Dias Lima wrote:Hi Federico Kereki.
I need to migrate a Java Swing/Desktop to a Java GWT web application but my concern is about how to access Serial and USB port using GWT.
It's is possible to use a GWT Java application to access Java Communications API (javax.comm) or RXTX directly ?
Do you think that GWT direct access to Serial ports it's a good approach or instead of I should use service server class (like Servlet/Proxy IO) to do this job ?