Saturday, July 31, 2010

Re: GWT Rocks!


I've been working with GWT for almost 3.5 years now! That already says
a lot.
GWT makes sure that I don't have to worry about browser specific code
and focus
on my functional requirements.

GWT made it possible to create an abstract engine( fully dynamic
behavior and performance wise very good).
(see or

My team currently consists of 5 persons, varying in skillset. The
project is quite big (not only the GWT part, but also the
backend part).

Actually, progress is quite good (agile approach). Use Eclipse with
the GWT plugin, really helps a lot. This is useful for
development. Use maven for your build process. The compilation process
is sometimes tedious, but that's only when
you are releasing (either for testing or final releases). The
compilation process can be speed up by using parallel workers (check
documentaiton on
the GWT compiler).

I would say, give it a try. It's definitely a good choice (for us it
has be proven that way so far!)


On Jul 29, 4:56 am, sakesun roykiatisak <> 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
> tools.
> Thanks

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