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Section 5. Use Ant to Deploy Your Application in Tomcat

It’s great fun to run your application in hosted mode, but eventually you’ll need to move your GWT application to a new home. Most likely, that will be a servlet container such as Tomcat or Resin. Not only will you be able to deploy your application to end-users, but your application should look a little better in a browser such as FireFox than it does in Google’s browser. Figure 7 is offered as proof of that assertion.

Figure 7. The Yahoo! Trips and Address Book apps running in Tomcat

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In the GWT’s browser, you can compile your code and run it in a bonafide browser by clicking the Compile/Browse ...

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