Thursday, May 24, 2007

Google announced GWT# : GWT for .NET Platform

Google just announced that they will port GWT to C#. The purpose is to improve the integration of Ajax technologies on the .NET platform. The new package, named "GWT#", will be launch during MIX07.

It's a good news for the .NET community.

GWT Compiler enhancement possibilities for Q1

Scott Blum :

"Here are a lot of interesting things on the horizon for the Compiler that we have been talking about lately, more than we can probably do in Q1, in fact. I'm going to talk briefly about each of the major areas, the implications where it's non-obvious, and finally propose an order in which I think they should be tackled.
1) Java 5.0 Language support
2) Compiler Infrastructure
3) Some sweet optimizations
4) Metrics on generated code
5) Support dynamic module loading
6) Compiler support for JavaScript API "

GWT Compiler enhancement possibilities for Q1

Saturday, May 12, 2007

GWT Books

Find the links of the GWT books here.

Google Web Toolkit, Spring and Hibernate

Following on from the previous post, I've been trying to create some new GWT apps using that latest integration libraries, widgets and so on.

Previously there were some issues with trying to get GWT and Hibernate to play nice (Hibernate required Serializable, lazy-loading caused havoc, and there was manual work to map your objects), but a new library has been developed to semi-transparently map between Hibernate objects (complete with lazy-loading, etc) and objects capable of being serialized over the wire to GWT client apps. The only piece missing from here is a Spring interceptor to wrap around the service which would be able to transparently do this - I may have a crack at that myself.

So the list of libraries for my current GWT applications is:

Spring - General application framework providing IoC, DI, AOP, and many other services for both general and web applications
Hibernate - Generic ORM solution. Probably the best of the current crop - integrates as an EJB3 persistance provider as well.
Google Web Toolkit - Browser client-side application development framework, including AJAX functionality
Rocket-GWT - Lots of client-side GWT widgets here
gwt-widget-server - Provides easy integration between Spring and GWT for the service layer functions

Hiberate4GWT - Provides easy integration between your GWT POJOs and Hibernate POJOs

Tech Review: Google Web Toolkit

I’ve been working with the Google Web Toolkit for a while now, and thought it would be good to share my impressions of GWT so far.

Just getting my thoughts together on this, I was struck by some similarities between current AJAX development techniques and software development at the start of my programming career. It’s funny that almost 20 years later, AJAX developers are still struggling with the same problems that we had developing DOS TSR’s in assembly language.

-- Daniel Becker

Friday, May 4, 2007

Some Recipes to Improve Your Google Web Toolkit Development

Now days the develoment using GWT is growing very fast.It is very neccessary to have development fast. The Google Material to develop the GWT project doesn't provide this type of tips to develop the project effiently.Here is the material provided to some tips about the GWT project development. How the project can be done by "devide and conquer" methodlology.

Here is the link given for the GWT development tips.

Wednesday, May 2, 2007


This really good news on GWT(Google Web Toolkit) the Marvel created by google.Now a days lot more JAVA techies doing their development on GWT.I would happy to anouce that this blog will help you to find out the latest new about GWT.