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GWT in Practice

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ISBN-10: 1933988290

ISBN-13: 9781933988290

Edition: 2007

Authors: Robert Robert Cooper, Charlie Charlie Collins

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If you're a web developer, you know that you can use Ajax to add rich, user-friendly, dynamic features to your applications. With the Google Web Toolkit (GWT), a new Ajax tool from Google that automatically converts Java to JavaScript, you can build Ajax applications using the Java language. GWT in Practice is an example-driven, code-rich book designed for web developers already familiar with the basics of GWT who now want hands-on experience. After a quick review of GWT fundamentals, GWT in Practice presents scores of handy, reusable solutions to the problems you face when you need to move beyond "Hello World" and "proof of concept" applications. This book skips the theory and looks at…    
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Book details

List price: $44.99
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Manning Publications Company
Publication date: 5/22/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 376
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.408
Language: English

Robert Cooper is a JEE developer with 15 years of web development experience. He is a contributor to several open source projects, including the ROME RSS/Atom API plugins for Podcasting and MediaRSS, is the author of the FeedPod text-to-speech podcasting system, and the gwt-maven plugins for supporting Maven based builds for Google Web Toolkit.

Yvonne M. Harryman is an Architect at Microsoft, specializing in SharePoint technologies. She has implemented and designed SharePoint solutions for clients such as the White House, the US Air Force, National Institute of Health, Iron Mountain, Ingersoll-Rand, and many others.

Getting Started
Introducing GWT
A New Kind of Client
Communicating with the Server
Task-specific Issues
Core Application Structure
Other Techniques for Talking to Servers
Integrating Legacy and Third-Party Ajax Libraries
Building, Packaging, and Deploying
Testing and Continuous Integration
Fully Formed Applications
Java Enterprise Reinvented
Building the Storefront
Managing Application State
Notable GWT projects
Quick Reference
Index