GWT includes both a tool set (e.g. hosted mode, compiler) and a set of libraries (e.g. widgets, RPC, XML, JSON). It has always been a design principle that GWT users should be able to write and use their own libraries. Indeed, you could totally replace all of the GWT libraries if you chose to. In this session, Bruce Johnson explains why you probably wouldn't want to do that by pointing out the breadth of the GWT libraries and the sometimes subtle design decisions, and the resulting benefits that underlie them.
Table of Contents
- Tour of GWT Core Libraries 00:46:20
- Title: Voices that Matter - Tour of GWT Core Libraries
- Release date: December 2007
- Publisher(s): Prentice Hall
- ISBN: 55555LTI00028