Annoucement : SmartGWT Enterprise Edition Release – Google Web Toolkit News – onGWT.com

Annoucement : SmartGWT Enterprise Edition Release – Google Web Toolkit News – onGWT.com.

Moments ago Isomorphic, creators of SmartGWT, announced SmartGWT Enterprise Edition. SmartGWT Enterprise Edition (SmartGWT EE for short) is a commercially licensed version of SmartGWT that includes Java Server side functionality, additional tools, and a classic commercial license in lieu of the LGPL. For teams with existing Java functionality, SmartGWT EE provides greatly accelerated integration with SmartGWT’s visual components. In many cases it is possible to take existing Java methods in an application and bind a SmartGWT grid or form to those methods without writing any new code, without the need for redundant DTOs (data transfer objects), simply by specifying what method to call in a DataSource XML file. SmartGWT EE also provides wizards that generate DataSources which immediately provide full read-write binding to any Hibernate entity or SQL database table, including the ability to search, update, delete and add new records. You can easily add Java business logic that runs before or after the Hibernate or SQL binding, which can modify the request before it executes, modify the output, or take any other action

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Google Web Toolkit 1.6 (Release Candidate) – developer’s guide and download page

Developer’s Guide

  • Please consider this a draft until GWT 1.6 is officially released

  • Google Web Toolkit (GWT) makes it easier to write high-performance AJAX applications. You write your front end in the Java programming language and GWT compiles your source into highly optimized JavaScript.

Upgrading to GWT 1.6

There are four tasks involved when upgrading a GWT 1.5 project to a GWT 1.6 project:

  • Download the new JAR files and update your launch configurations.

  • GWTShell has been replaced by HostedMode, so you will need to update your Eclipse project settings accordingly.

  • GWT now uses a war directory for most public resource and server configuration files. The war directory is a standard directory recognized by many web servers, including GWT hosted mode.

  • Event listeners have been replaced by event handlers.

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