GWT fu, Part 1, Going places with Google Web Toolkit

Implement desktop-like Web applications with Java code

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David Geary

Date archived: May 14, 2019 | First published: September 01, 2009

Google Web Toolkit (GWT) lets you use the Java™ language to implement rich client user interfaces that run in a browser. In this two-part article, David Geary brings you up to speed on the latest version of GWT and shows you how to implement a desktop-like Web application.

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Zone=Java development, Web development
ArticleTitle=GWT fu, Part 1: Going places with Google Web Toolkit