Tuesday, April 1st, 2008
GWT is a lot more than a client side framework that allows you to write code in Java. It is a productivity tool that lets you developer and test a solution that performs well and works cross browser (huge wins). In fact, when I talk to people that are using GWT, the most common comment that I hear is how happy they are with:
- How the application just works cross browser
- How great it is to get a new version of GWT, run the new compiler, and get substantive performance improvements
How does it work?
- Asynchronous highlighting
- Code folding
- Comment and string filling
- Syntax errors
- Strict warnings
- jsdoc highlighting
Also, Didier has posted the news that GWT has been submitted to the JCP as JSR 404.
Posted by Dion Almaer at 12:24 am