Tuesday, October 17th, 2006

GWT Roundtable Podcast

Category: GWT, Java, Recording

<p>The latest Java Posse podcast is a 70-minute roundtable on GWT, featuring the GWT tech lead, the GWT widget library keeper, and the developer of GPokr, join Posse hosts Dick Wall, Carl Quinn, and Joe Nuxoll.

Topics include: Why GWT was created, Benefits of GWT, Comparison with other Ajax libraries/frameworks (e.g. Dojo-style On-Demand Javascript), code compression (getting around problem with IE not caching gzipped JS files), support for application versioning (avoiding mismatched client-server versions), possibility of WYSIWYG widget toolkit, flexible RPC mechanism to communicate with server apps running any languages, upcoming books, performance (JS fast, DOM slow :-), the future of GWT.

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GWT Roundtable Podcast

Topics include: Why GWT was created, Benefits of GWT, Comparison with other Ajax libraries/frameworks (e.g. Dojo-style On-Demand Javascript), code compression (getting around problem with IE not caching gzipped JS files), support for application versionin

Trackback by Func. News — October 18, 2006

good

Comment by Nikunj — December 28, 2006

I feel google has to come out with one more compiler so that the same code can be used as a desktop application so that if you need to deploy as a browser based application we can use the existing complier if you need a desktop version we can use it too.

Comment by Bhoopathy — April 24, 2007

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