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I want to work with gwt source code
Please any one tell me step by step like how to download gwt source code,environment setup and making sdk
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Thanks Thomas...
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zakaria amine

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How to manage browser history in a GWT app using Activities and Places: http://goo.gl/aZDXr2 
Browser history management is an important aspect of a web application. An optimized history management will allow faster navigation and better responsiveness. The reason why GWT constitues a special case is its use of a single page (called RootPanel) approach ( SPA).
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Frank Stolle

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I'm developing with current GWT 2.8.0 SNAPSHOT and the polymer library in an maven environment.

I'm looking for a solution to test/show code coverage in jenkins, but i have no luck with the patched-emma-solution, which also not supports Java8-Lambda-expressions.

Any hints on how to solve it?
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I misremembered. It's not a compiler flag, but rather a system property. Here is the issue describing it: https://github.com/gwtproject/gwt/issues/8750
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Harold Alexander

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I created a project with GWT Designer and I love the drop and drag feature it provided. I wanted to start using uibinder with polymer but I can not find a designer (like GWT Designer) that works with it. I was trying not to hand code the UI. Do I need to build the UI with something like dreamweaver or another HTML editor?
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Slava Pankov's profile photoHarold Alexander's profile photo
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thanks for everyone's help. I think I stumbled across what I need. There is a UI designer for polymer where you drop and drag to create the user interface. it's here: https://www.polymer-project.org/tools/designer/
I hope this is able to help someone else
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Tino D.

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First versions of GWT-OpenLayers 3 (gwt-ol3) have been released. gwt-ol3 is a GWT-wrapper for the great mapping library OpenLayers 3 using the new JSInterop features of GWT.
There are two versions/branches for supporting both GWT 2.7.0 with the experimental JSInterop and GWT 2.8.0 with the final JSInterop specification.

If you are not interested in mapping, may be the test code of the gwt-ol3 2.8-branch could be interesting for you, which shows a way to unit test the wrapper classes after loading the external JS-library.

https://github.com/TDesjardins/gwt-ol3
gwt-ol3 - A OpenLayers 3 (ol3) - Wrapper for GWT using the new JSInterop-Features of the GWT-SDK 2.7.0 and onwards.
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Ok tino no problem on geoSDI side. We can speak saturday. No problem for hangout or irc. Choose you for system and time. I look forward to hearing from you.
Regards Giuseppe
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zakaria amine

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An introduction to MVP architecture: an example of implementation in GWT. http://goo.gl/1m7HIL 
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I looked at GWT MVP in a past and it reminded me of EJB2 sado-mazo. Looked like they tried to reap off some Microsoft dot net and .. Anyway, I don't want to see it again.
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Andrej Gajdoš

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I wrote a blog post about my experience with Errai Messaging – First steps with GWT and Errai messaging
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Alain Ekambi

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It's a multi device world and customers want their apps to be available everywhere(desktop, phone, web, tv, watches, etc ..)

As a small startup with (very) limited resources we are always looking for ways to reuse as most code as possible when targeting multiple platforms

The picture below shows how we are able to share GWT code between the web client and the native mobile client hooking into super devmode to push code to the web client and the emulator/device.

Cant wait to share this soon.
We love it. Our customers do and we hope you guys will too :)


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+Costin Cozianu

We ve tried J2ObjC.

The problem we had with it was that one still have to programm in Obj C(Swift) for iOS. We wanted to code 100% in Java.

That s why we built on top of Titanium JS API.
But if the team want to use Obj C and has the resources J2ObjC is def. a great choice.

For mobile web and desktop we took inspiration from the example in the GWT SDK
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I've been experimenting with the Eclipse GWT Designer built on Window Builder. I was exploring to see if it was possible to swap out the compiler path and bring it back to life with something more current, it worked. Wahoo.... I'm doing a jig.

I see there is a bunch of stuff to do yet, but it really looks promising to revive tons of the pieces for use again.

By the way, if you don't like it, I don't want to hear about it. This is for those who are interested. I do suspect there are magic pieces besides just the visual components that can make life better in this source too. I'll just have to wait and see how the meal gets cooked.

Here's a screenshot of the latest development run with GWT 2.7 and Java 1.8. 
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I don't have time to go over the specifics at the moment. I also don't want seem calloused, but if I provide the steps at this point, It'd be like opening up the moths cocoon before it's ready to fly. I wouldn't want to spoil the joy over finding the paths needed to fix this thing. Practically speaking, I've been playing around with it for some time so I don't remember all the steps either. 
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mr. Bellski

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Hello. I'm using scss instead of gss ( don't like it, want to use already made scss frameworks ), and I'm faced in trouble with "nth-child" compiler ignoring it. Any idea ?
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Sad but bourbon, bourbon neat, compiling with errors.
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Juan Calderón

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Is there an updated guide/tutorial to get started with Gwt 2.8, Eclipse and Maven?

Thanks a lot.

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And Java 8, of course.
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Harald Humml

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Does anyone of you know the current state of the drag and drop implementation in GWT? It works very well (as far as I could see so far) but it still is in "experimental" state. What is missing and when will it be final?

#gwt #draganddrop
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Another example here: http://goo.gl/ydWuqR 

For advanced drag and drop, I advise using sencha GXT
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Christian Goudreau

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Next Live Q&A will be with +David Chandler on GXT! Come and ask him your questions! :D
 
February live QA with David Chandler on Sencha GXT roadmap http://buff.ly/1nAx8yJ #QAsession #GWT #GXT #sencha
David Chandler will be our guest for this one and he will be discussing the upcoming changes in GWT 3 and how it fits with the next version of Sencha GXT.
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Waruschan Babachan

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I have upgrade my project from gwt 2.7.0 to gwt 2.8.0-beta1 and cannot compile the project. I get always the following error:

Resolving com.google.gwt.cell.client.FieldUpdater
Found type 'com.google.gwt.cell.client.FieldUpdater'
[ERROR] Unable to find class java/lang/Object
[ERROR] Unable to find class java/lang/Object
[ERROR] Unable to find class java/lang/Object
Resolving com.google.gwt.cell.client.ValueUpdater
Found type 'com.google.gwt.cell.client.ValueUpdater'
[ERROR] Unable to find class java/lang/Object
[ERROR] Unable to find class java/lang/Object
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With old gwt (2.7) it is ok. What do I have to do ? What is wrong ? I have changed only the version of gwt and use maven repo. 
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I have found the Problem. We are using a very old library: "gwtx". This Library emulates some java classes. This caused the Problem with finding java classes. You cannot use this old library with gwt 2.8. I removed this library and replace the classes with my own ones and now it is working. Thanks every one for their hints and helps.
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Marcus Hellberg

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Vaadin GWT Polymer Elements has been updated to version 1.2.3.0, adding support for the new JsInterop syntax, adding new elements (vaadin-grid, vaadin-combo-box, vaadin-icons) and new Polymer utility methods.

Check out live demos and tutorial for the Polymer GWT Widgets on our site: https://vaadin.com/gwt

Full release notes: https://github.com/vaadin/gwt-polymer-elements/releases/tag/vaadin-gwt-polymer-elements-1.2.3.0
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Alessio Harri's profile photovitaly goji's profile photomarian lux's profile photoDr. Lofi Dewanto's profile photo
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I use eclipse and GWT plugin. And I don't want to learn command line utilities or figure out how to change my existent projects to use Maven.
Is there a way to use your library without Maven and without command line utilities?
I am pretty sure that you are VERY good at Maven Command Line Utilities and the rest of it.
Anyone cares to write hello world in line with this?http://www.gwtproject.org/doc/latest/tutorial/create.html#create

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mark kevin ringor

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Mark Kevin will be our guest for this one and he will talk about GWT Material. He is the founder of Gwt-Material Project and he is involved in the community
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CodeLess Solutions

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Does anybody have experience with Vaadin client side grid in some real business application ? The grid is the one that they made as webcomponent and latter included in gwt polymer as well. 
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Great! Thanks for sharing your experience  +Luc Girardin 
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Marcin Szałomski

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For most of you it may be boring ;) But someone might finds it useful.
I've just published an ultra-short tutorial for GWT Quick Start with some tips . #gwt   #tutorial   #maven   #java   #mobile  
http://deploythoughts.blogspot.com/2016/01/new-gwt-project-with-gwt-maven-plugin.html
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Thanks for initiative :) If You have further content to share please do so and you can share on gwtdaily.com
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Brandon Donnelson

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The GWT Eclipse Plugin (GPE fork) has a new production update today.

I've shared some of the updates during the snapshot updates already but here's a small list of the things I remember that just went into the production repo.

- Added support for the new GWT Maven Plugin
- Fixed support for some Cloud things
- Added Ant and Maven to the sample project creation using the WebAppCreator that is provided in the SDK
- Improved creating the CodeServer launcher defaults.
- Added server port changing to the CodeServer launcher, or fixed this.

http://gwt-plugins.github.io/documentation/gwt-eclipse-plugin/Download.html

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鄭鈞隆's profile photoDavid Benque's profile photoDr. Lofi Dewanto's profile photoMarcondes Maçaneiro's profile photo
 
Nice! Especially the Ant project generator.
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Alain Ekambi

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"You see the Node.js philosophy is to take the worst fucking language ever designed and put it on the server. "

Kind of true :)

https://medium.com/@wob/the-sad-state-of-web-development-1603a861d29f#.ps0hgsrr6
Random thoughts on web development
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The problem is that they have never did anything with gwt before but they "know" it has been abandoned. The only thing that is working now is to show them how application with 1000+ forms is working with gwt, and to ask them to show me the same in some other web technology whatever they want. If they do that (which is very unlikely) I would ask them to show me at least 250 concurrent users and that will probably be enough. Let's see, I am waiting for their next "argument".
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