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Google Web Toolkit (GWT) Resource Center

The Google Web Toolkit (GWT) Resource Center is your guide to the online resources for this exciting new technology from Google. Learn how you can use the GWT—a Java software development framework—to simplify development of your AJAX applications. In our Google Web Toolkit Resource Center you'll find:

  • A Google Web Toolkit wiki that includes an introduction to the GWT, links to sample applications, a comparison of the Google Web Toolkit to other AJAX frameworks, tutorials, resources and more.
  • The "Google Web Toolkit Getting Started Guide," that discusses installing the GWT, building a sample application, running in hosted and Web modes, and creating applications with and without Eclipse.
  • The Google Web Toolkit Developer Guide that discusses building user interfaces, remote procedure calls, JUnit integration and JavaScript Native Interface (JSNI).
  • Sample applications built using the GWT, including a hangman game, an animated poker game, a mortgage calculator and a photo sharing web site.
  • An interview by Timothy M. O'Brien with Michael Podrazik from Grassroots Technologies, who discusses why he selected the GWT for a current development project and his experience working with it.
  • Comparisons of the GWT to Echo 2 and JSF.
  • A free 10-week AJAX programming web-based training course that includes a 90-minute class on the GWT, plus a 120-minute lab exercise and homework assignment.
  • A blog entry by Bret Taylor, Project Manager at Google, in which he provides a brief introduction to the Google Web Toolkit and discusses his favorite feature—the GWT's built-in RPC support.
  • The official Google Web Toolkit blog.
  • The Google Web Toolkit FAQ where you'll find information about the GWT, how it works, how to install it, how to use the toolkit to develop applications, how to obtain the latest editions, and who to contact if you have a problem or a question.

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Update :: January 23, 2020