GWT compiles client Java into optimized JavaScript, which can be run in a browser. In this chapter, we tested a starter GWT project on WildFly 8.1. We also developed a new GWT web project. We added a module to the GWT project to configure an entry-point class and add the GWT User library. We created an entry-point class, a class that implements the interface. We created an HTML hosted page to specify the compiled module as a JavaScript file. We ran the hosted page in a browser to validate and create a new catalog entry.

In the next chapter, we will discuss creating a JAX-WS 2.2 Web Service in Eclipse, building and deploying the application using Maven to WildFly 8.1, and running the web service in WildFly ...

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