You might be a Java developer who would like to be able to apply the software engineering principles of object-oriented programming and leverage the tools in your Java IDE when writing applications for the web. These tutorials are based on the development of two example applications, such that the user learns different GWT concepts in each step. StockWatcher is an application for monitoring stock variations, and you can get the sources from github TodoList a web application to create and maintain a Todo checklist in browser. Sources are available at github as well.
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Pathfinder Software changed its name to Orthogonal in Read more. Hopefully, you will find something to your liking here. This quick-start tutorial aims to translate some of the knowledge gained from my monkeying about with GWT into a useful text which will get other developers up and running quickly. Demonstrates a simple rollover with GWT. Working with the Google Web Toolkit — Extensive tutorial with lots of screenshots that demonstrates everything from the basic getting started to some of the more interesting features, such as history support i.
The article includes a Maven module for GWT. This demonstrates one way of doing GWT with Eclipse. Build an Ajax-enabled application using the Google Web Toolkit and Apache Geronimo — recent May two part series part two is here with source code, flash demos, etc..
Requires registration. The article assumes some knowledge of Java and Ant. GWT Tutorial — focuses on producing a web site, rather than a webapp. All the GWT documentation is about hooking up Java on the front and back ends. What about PHP? This shows how. If you know about curl and PHP, this article is worth reading. Extensive getting started tutorial with lots of screenshots.
Ajax for Java developers: Exploring the Google Web Toolkit — extensive tutorial from IBM developerworks that builds all the way to a weather reporter widget. Extensive with lots of code snippets and screenshots. The last time I looked at it, this tutorial had somehow lost its screenshots and the CSS had been jacked up. Here you go. Extensive tutorial in two parts, the first of which deals with the front end, the second of which deals with the back end.
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