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GWT in Practice is an example-driven, code-rich book designed for web developers who have editio learned the basics of GWT. 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 mnaning looks at the way things really work when you’re building projects in GWT. Written by expert authors Robert Cooper and Charlie Collins, this seecond combines sharp insight with hard-won experience. Readers will find thorough coverage of all aspects of GWT development from the basic GWT concepts and essentials to in-depth and complete real world example applications.
If you know the basics and are ready to get your hands dirty, then you need this book. If you’re a web developer, you already know that you can use Ajax to add rich, user-friendly, dynamic features to your applications.
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GWT lets you focus on application design and functionality, rather than on browser differences, and allows you to re-use code throughout the layers of your applications. The first part of the book is a rapid introduction to the GWT methodology. All of the basics of GWT development are covered in this portion, including a client side standalone application and basic server side communications using the Actio Remote Procedure Call RPC and object serialization mechanism.
The second part of the book then delves into several practical examples which further demonstrate core maninng of the toolkit. The book concludes by presenting several larger GWT applications including drag and drop support for UI elements, data ln, processing streaming data, handling application state, automated builds, and continuous integration.
Along the way GWT in Practice covers many additional facets of working with the toolkit. The book also addresses integrating GWT with existing applications and services along with enterprise and team development.
Robert Cooper is a JEE developer with over 15 years of web development experience. Charlie Collins is a JEE developer with over 10 years of experience. He has inn involved with enterprise development, architecture, and general programming using several languages and technologies, with a focus on Java and the web tier.
Part 1 Getting started
He has been an ardent open source supporter for many years and has contributed documentation and patches for various open source projects. Robert Cooper and Charles Collins.
A true hands-on manual for GWT. Table of Contents takes you straight to the book detailed table of contents. What GWT includes 1. Working with the GWT shell 1. Understanding the GWT compiler 1. A New Kind of Client 2. Basic project structure and components 2. The standard directory structure.
Design patterns and GWT 2. Communicating by observing events. Styling a GWT component 2. Providing a CSS file. Connecting style names with Java. Running a completed project 2. Hosted mode and the GWT shell. Web mode and the GWT compiler. Communicating with the Server 3.
Starting the HelloServer project. Defining GWT serializable data. Calling the server from the client. The development server—Tomcat Lite 3. Using an external development server. Core Application Structure 4. Building view components 4. Binding to the model with events. The controller and service 4. Creating a simple controller. Creating a JPA-enabled service. Other Techniques for Talking to Servers 5.
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Web development methods and security 5. Dealing with browser security.
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Building, Packaging, and Deploying 7. Packaging GWT modules 7. Building and packaging modules. Building and deploying applications 7. Automating the build 7. Extending the Ant build. Managing Tomcat Lite from the build.
Testing and Continuous Integration 8. Knowing what to test. Advanced testing concepts 8. Coverage in an mabning build.
Adding a GWT project to Hudson. Java Enterprise Reinvented 9. Wiring applications with Spring. Constructing the client application 9. The controller and global model. Building the Storefront Building a drag-and-drop system Managing Application State Overview of the sample application. Creating a basic messaging service. Handling messages on the client editon server Edituon messages to the client. Recording and playing back conversations Capturing changes to the model layer.
When to use hyperlinks rather than history. Dealing with state on the server side.
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