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Beginning Google Web Toolkit: From Novice to Professional by Bram Smeets, Uri Boness, Roald Bankras

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Chapter 3. Getting Started

In this chapter, we'll start using the Google Web Toolkit (GWT). We'll show you what's in the package and what you need to know to start developing applications using GWT. We'll do this by showing you how to set up the development environment and start running the sample application that accompanies this book. In the remaining chapters, we'll use the sample application to illustrate different aspects of developing applications in GWT. Eventually, the sample application will become a full task-management application as described in Chapter 1.

Installing GWT

In order to run the sample application, you need to install GWT on your developer machine. If you already have GWT installed, you can skip this section; just make sure ...

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