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Introduction

Since you’ve downloaded this book, I assume you don’t need much motivation to get excited about the GWT. A web application framework that lets you write applications entirely in Java with familiar idioms from the AWT, SWT, and Swing, and seamlessly integrates Ajax, generates enough excitement on its own so that we can just ride that wave.

Enough preliminaries, let’s get right to it. I assume you’ve downloaded and installed the Google Web Toolkit (GWT), and that you already know a little bit about it. You know how to construct applications using panels and widgets, for example, and you’re comfortable with event listeners implemented as anonymous inner classes. If that’s not the case, you can find plenty of references that cover such ...

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