Tuesday, October 17th, 2006

GWT Roundtable Podcast

Category: GWT, Java, Recording

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.

  • Robert Hanson – Keeper of the GWT Widget Library

  • Bruce Johnson – Tech lead of the GWT project

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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