In this session, Adrian Buerki presents some of the most important features and functionality of versions 2.0 and 2.1 of the Google Web Toolkit. Adrian will give you an overview of current GWT features and starts with a basic introduction to GWT. Note: Adrian will be beaming in from Switzerland to deliver this session via Skype. Don't miss the chance to have your GWT questions answered by Adrian.
In this free talk, Adrian Buerki, author of Getting Started with the Google Web Toolkit Workshop, will present the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) which is a modern web development environment. With version 2.0 and 2.1, GWT has some exciting new features. This session will give you an overview of current GWT features and highlight some of its brand new functionality. The session starts with a basic introduction to GWT. Then some of the most important features and new functionality will be covered. The new development mode, Speed Tracer, Code Splitting and the improved layout panels to name some key features.
Note: Adrian will be beaming in from his home in Switzerland to deliver this session via Skype. Don't miss the chance to have your GWT questions answered by Adrian, and network with the Skills Matter community.
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What's new in GWT 2.X
Adrian is an early adopter of GWT (Google Web Toolkit) and project owner of a GWT add-on library. He has been giving talks on various GWT related topics at different Java conferences.