GWT 2.0 milestone 2

John Labanca: We are excited to release the second milestone build for GWT 2.0 today. This milestone is essentially feature complete, and provides somewhat more stability in the various bits of core functionality that will be coming in GWT 2.0. The full announcement in GWT groups The download

Announcing GWT 2.0 Milestone 1

Amit Manjhi: Hi everyone, We are excited to release the first milestone build for GWT 2.0 today. This milestone provides early access (read: known to still be unfinished and buggy) to the various bits of core functionality that will be coming in GWT 2.0. Please download the bits from: http://code.google.com/p/google-web-toolkit/downloads/list?can=1&q=2…. (…) Announcing GWT 2.0 Milestone
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Building GWT on the Mac

If you try to build the latest GWT from the svn repository on a Mac, you may end up with a bunch of errors like the following: BUILD FAILED /Users/ogerardin/Documents/GWT 2/trunk/build.xml:105: The following error occurred while executing this line: /Users/ogerardin/Documents/GWT 2/trunk/build.xml:27: The following error occurred while executing this line: /Users/ogerardin/Documents/GWT 2/trunk/build.xml:58: The following error occurred
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GWT + Snow Leopard: fixed with GWT 1.7.1

Google has just released GWT 1.7.1 to fix the issue I mentioned a few days ago regarding Snow Leopard compatibility. In short, you can now run GWT on Snow Leopard using the Java command line argument -d32 without further modification. The GWT SDK no longer directs you to only use Java 5. http://googlewebtoolkit.blogspot.com/2009/09/gwt-171-release-fixes-mac-os-x-snow.html

Porting Swing’s Action pattern to GXT (Ext-GWT)

While working with GWT and GXT, it occurred to me that there was no equivalent in either to Swing’s Action architecture… So I set myself to implement an equivalent functionality in GXT. The Swing legacy In a word, the action architecture is an implementation of the Command design pattern, with the Action class being an
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