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Conclusion

In this short cut, we’ve looked at six cool features of the GWT. But there are many more in this cutting-edge UI framework for Java developers. Finally, we have a framework that lets you create rich, interactive user interfaces, that uses familiar idioms from Java’s Abstract Window Toolkit (AWT), Swing, and the Eclipse Foundation’s SWT. If you’ve used any of those frameworks in the past, you’re already halfway up the GWT learning curve. So let’s get busy and create some killer Web 2.0 applications!

Over the course of working on this short cut, I’ve found the GWT to be a powerful addition to the Java developer’s toolchest. To be sure, the GWT is not perfect, and in some ways it is still immature. But I’m confident that the folks at ...

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