Welcome to Easy GWT. Each episode brings you the latest GWT news, tips, and techniques from around the net. Whether you are new to GWT or a seasoned veteran, we bring you the tools you need to make GWT development easy.
In this episode Gordon and Jeff talk about: GWT 2.5 Is Released Super Dev Mode Source mapping no browser plugins Elemental new library for fast lightweight “to the metal” web programming New compiler optimizations optionally use Closure compiler Fragment merging for large apps with many code splits Updated ARIA support Accessibility UIBinder Enhancements support for […]
In this episode Gordon and Jeff talk about: GeoMajas released GWT face 1.11.1 A GWT based frontend to it’s GIS framework Geomajas is an enterprise-ready open source GIS framework for the web. It has client-server integration for displaying and editing of geographic data. Geomajas has integrated security and is endlessly scalable. It is compliant with […]
In this episode we talk about: GWT 2.5 Release Candidate 2 is Released Ray Cromwell posted on Google+ that release candidate 2 was pushed out but the blog post wasn’t. There are more than 100 fixes included since rc1. Pro Account 2.0 Embraces Vaadin 7 and GWT The Vaadin team is offering commercial first level […]
In this episode we talk about: Debugging The GWT Compiler Why? To learn more how the compiler works You can set up a remote debugging session Or you can setup your Eclipse environment like the GWT contributors. There is a Readme.txt Maybe you want to create and awesome patch and give back. Links GWT Readme.txt […]
In this episode we discuss the following: How to Handle GWT Suggestions Using Selenium? On the Automation simplified blog they have post an article suggesting ways to test GWT suggestion boxes with Selinium. The author identifies a problem where he has a textbox with suggestions then needs to select a find button. With the suggestion […]
In the episode we discuss the following: The new Firefox beta version 16 brings a command line to the browser. The new Firefox beta version 16 brings a command line to the browser. This may prove useful for developers. The command line provides keyboard access to the browser and tools. This first iteration is providing […]
Gordon and Jeff talk about the following topics in the inaugural episode of the podcast. The Future of GWT? Google I/O presentation“The history and future of GWT“. The Future article: http://eclipsesource.com/blogs/2012/08/15/the-future-of-gwt/ Responses from the committee https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/gwt-steering/qO9MW9lSL5Y Infoworld named Google Web Toolkit one 9 programming tools for maximizing HTML5 Adobe Edge Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 Adobe Coldfusion […]