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- Unfortunately... I strongly believe Google will drop (or donate) GWT Java after GWT Dart gets up to speed. They have been doing this with many other tools/frameworks and, right now, I think they are trying to move away from Java because of the Oracle x Google dispute.May 16, 2012
- [November 2011] "we plan to continue improving (and open-sourcing) GWT based on their real-world needs."
Happy birthday: lastest fixed issue for GWT API 1 year ago !
http://goo.gl/Eg2dUOct 9, 2012
- The issue tracker doesn't reflect the current state of the world. GWT 2.5 contains hundreds of fixes. For most of GWT's life, it was on a yearly release schedule (usually Google I/O). The new process when it is launched will make point releases more frequent as well as being able to depend on mavenized nightly builds.Oct 9, 2012
- "Oracle x Google dispute" ... now that's an interesting timeline coincidence here. Btw, it seems pretty clear in wikipedia that DART would not be adopted across browsers...what good is that? I haven't been following too closely so I must be missing something...Oct 9, 2012
- What said :-)Oct 9, 2012
- Oct 10, 2012
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