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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Running GWT’s hosted mode on the Mac requires a 32 bit JVM, which under OS X 10.5 (Leopard) forces us to use Java 5, because Java 6 only has 64 bit libraries. Problem: OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) removes all versions of Java but version 6. Fortunately, Java 6 now has a 32 bit mode,
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Freed Sauer has a very interesting presentation online: GWT for the Enterprise Developer @ JBoss World Chicago 2009 (includes GWT 2.0 insight !) Google Web Toolkit for the Enterprise Developer – JBoss World 2009 View more documents from Fred Sauer.
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Miguel Méndez: We wanted to let all of you know that the Google Plugin for Eclipse 1.1.0 is now available. Some of the notable improvements are: -Support for Eclipse 3.5 (Galileo) -GWT RPC interface validation with quick fixes – App Engine DataNucleus enhancer console no longer steals focus on save Announcement, Relase Notes
I have written the objectives for a GWT basic exam at javablackbelt.com. As you may know, javablackbelt is a community site where users can take tests as well as evaluate and submit questions. So if you have 5 minutes to spare why don’t you submit a question or two for this exam? 🙂
Bruce Johnson: GWT 1.7 is a minor update that adds better support for Internet Explorer 8, Firefox 3.5, and Safari 4 (…) Normally, a minor update such as this would have been named 1.6.5 (the previous latest version of GWT was 1.6.4), but we did add the value “ie8” to the “user.agent” deferred binding property,
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Last week Google announced its upcoming OS, Chrome OS. More than the fact that Google is entering the OS market, which was expected, the most significant thing about this announcement is the OS name. Chrome is already the name of the web browser that Google launched 9 months ago. Chrome is without a doubt the
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If you ever wanted to embed a UML diagramming tool into a wiki, try this: Agile Ajax » GWTUML – Just Enough UML for Wikis » Pathfinder Development. Under the hood GWTUML uses Tatami to leverage the Dojo toolkit. Congratulations Florian, this is really impressive!
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