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New plugins and features are coming, +Manuel Carrasco Moñino will tell us more about them in #gwtcreate  
 
Just released a new plugin for #gQuery: The observe-plugin makes easier to listen to changes on any attached or detached DOM element.
TIP: use it for realising when a #gwt widget has changed and re-enhance it conveniently.

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gwtquery-observe-plugin - A gwtQuery plugin for the new DOM Mutation Observer
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Just written a quick summary of gQuery best practices in a stackoverflow question. Let me know if you miss something to improve the answer.

Probably I'll take this bunch of ideas as a base to write my presentation in the next GWT.create conferences.
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Finally #GQuery got a slot in the #Gwtcreate 2015 conferences. Manolo will give the talk: 'Speed up your GWT coding with gQuery'. The content will consist on teaching good practices and   #gwtQuery  posibilities  to increase your #GWT web development productivity.
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GQuery 1.4.2 has been released this weekend. This is a pure bug fixing release. 

Changes list : https://github.com/gwtquery/gwtquery/issues?milestone=3&page=1&state=closed

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Some pictures of #gwtQuery  talks at #gwtcreate . You can see all photos of the conferences at  http://gwtcreate.com/photos/
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Announce: We have released version 1.4.0 of #gwtQuery during our talk at #gwtCreate.

It comes plenty of new features like Promises, a new Events mechanism  supporting bitless and custom events, Browser class to include/exclude blocks of code in compile time, Console class for accessing modern console object, and CSS3 animations by default. 
$(".article:not(.hidden) > .header") .width($("#mainHeader").innerWidth()) .click(function () { $(this) .siblings(".content") .load("/article/" + $(this).parent().id(), null, function () { $(this).fadeIn(250); }); });. gQuery. import static com.google.gwt.query.client.GQuery.
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Please if someone has anything to suggest for the #gQuery  talk at the #gwtcreate  2014, let us know. 
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Latest in the Arcbees open source family!
Arcbees is proud to officially support g(wt)-Query (gQuery), a jQuery-clone API written in Java for GWT. We hope this will helps gQuery grow even further, promoting clear direction and a strong fut...
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GQuery 1.4.1 has been released. Apart from some bug fixes, it comes with a couple of interesting features:

- GQuery.Ajax works in the JVM, hence you can safely use it in activities and presenters, and even in server side.
- Ajax, now allows sending DataForm objects and progress callbacks are updated in the returned promises. So it is easy to add progress bar when uploading files or downloading large chunks of data.
- Json data binders, also works in the JVM, thus you can use the same code in both sides to offer REST services.

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The video of the #GwtQuery conference at #gwtcreate conference  is available.

Slides are at: http://slides.gquery.org/gwtcreate
Ecosystem Keynote. One of the best parts of GWT is its wonderful ecosystem. In this keynote we'll show the pulse of the community by announcing the results for the Future of GWT survey 2013. Then Vaadin, Sencha and Red Hat will show the latest and greatest features they have built for their ...
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"GQuery the perfect companion for your #GWT project", the speech given by Manuel Carrasco and Julien Dramaix at the #gwtcreate 2013 conferences in SF and Frankfurt,  has got an average of 4.1 (over-all conference average was 3.84). Hopefully we will have another talk about #gQuery next year.
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A jQuery clone for GWT, and much more.
Introduction

GwtQuery a.k.a. GQuery is a jQuery-like API written in GWT, which allows GWT to be used in progressive enhancement scenarios where perhaps GWT widgets are too heavyweight. It can also be used to find and improve your GWT widgets.

GwtQuery is easy to learn for those using jQuery as they share the same api, aditionally gquery adds nice features like type-safe css, compile time optimisations, etc.