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SkillsCast

HTML5 Features in Google Web Toolkit

28th June 2011 in London at Skills Matter

This SkillsCast was filmed at HTML5 Features in Google Web Toolkit

Come join the HTML5 user group and learn how Google Web Toolkit (GWT) adopts HTML5's yet-to-come standard. You will understand why GWT is becoming more important with appearance of HTML 5 features and how can it help you to build advanced Web applications.

This month, Dmitry Buzdin joins the London HTML5 User Group for a discussion on how and to what extent Google Web Toolkit adopts HTML5's yet-to-come standard.

HTML5 is here! With the release of IE9 and Firefox 4, and inevitable banishing of IE6 and alike, the new era of Web is approaching rapidly. However there is a next wave of browser wars coming. Browsers treat HTML 5 features differently, some are early adopters, some introduce proprietary extensions.

In order not to get lost in transition period you should have solid tooling at your hands to help to resolve cross-browser problems and make your HTML5 development more productive. If you do not want to become a JavaScript Ninja and words "static typing" sound appealing to you still, you are welcome to learn how and to what extent Google Web Toolkit (GWT) adopts HTML5's yet-to-come standard. You will understand why GWT is becoming more important with appearance of HTML 5 features and how can it help you to build advanced Web applications.

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Dmitry Buzdin

Dmitry is a coding architect specializing in Rich Internet Application development. He maintains a blog on GWT and Agile and has spend the last three years on development of GWT based projects.