application. GWT was used as the front end, and it seamlessly plugged
into the back end software via Spring. The developers were already
skilled in Java, so the uptake of GWT was painless. Development was
completed within a few weeks, and is now up and running without any
problems. Everyone is happy, developers, business, and users.
As a side project, I'm also using GWT to create a AJAX VNC viewer.
Which shows just how flexible GWT is.
On Jul 29, 12:56 pm, sakesun roykiatisak <sake...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Besides praising, could anybody please give some short story of your
> experience with GWT ?
> What kind of project are you working on ? How large is the project & team?
> What is the typical work process ? What tool do you find essential in
> working with GWT ?
> Does GWT compile speed cause you any inconvenience ?
> I'm merely a antique desktop application developer who looking for a sane
> method to develop
> boring, enterprise-like, web-based, database application. I've tried a lot
> of stuffs, but none seem
> to convince me that my quality of life will be better than using my age old
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