EricDaugherty.com: Does Write Once Run Anwhere Work?

Eric Daugherty: Realistically, I think tools like GWT are the future. As a Flex developer, I enjoy the ability to quickly and easily create rich applications that will render the same on ever user's machine. But I would prefer that the Flex applications would compile to HTML and JavaScript, so they could be run native
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The future of mobile apps is web apps

This conclusion comes from examining the following facts: modern smartphones are equipped with a recent, state-of-the-art, JavaScript/CSS capable web browser modern smartphones are most often associated with a “always connected” data plan What this means is that if you need to develop a mobile application that should run on several mobile platforms, you have basically
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It’s official: GWT 2.0.0 (with SpeedTracer)

Finally, as anticipated Google set the “release” tag on GWT 2.0 and announced it at its Campfire One event yesterday. In addition to the well-known major new features (development mode, Code splitting, UiBinder, ResourceBundle), Google comes with a new tool named Speedtracer to measure the performance of Ajax applications inside the browser. SpeedTracer is only available for Chrome
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