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GWT in Action: Easy Ajax with the Google Web Toolkit by Adam Tacy, Robert Hanson

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Chapter 2. Creating the default application

This chapter covers

  • Starting a new GWT project

  • Preparing for internationalization

  • Creating JUnit tests

  • Importing the application into your IDE

Chapter 1 got you up and running with your first GWT application; it was a quick and dirty approach, but it worked, and you quickly had a fully functioning Tic-Tac-Toe application. Now it’s time to start shoring up your approach and take the first few steps toward building a full-scale application. Over the next two chapters, you’ll create the first version of the Dashboard application, which is an example you’ll keep expanding and adding to as you progress through this book.

You should read this chapter and the next together, because they’re both needed to create the ...

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