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On Thu, 2010-09-30 at 06:22 -0700, Ashton Thomas wrote:
> I am putting together documentation for my own project and will have
> another copy that is the same but intended to post to everyone. Below
> are some details on what I will be putting together over the next
> month. If anyone is interested in helping compile a good starting
> point that will be ready about the time of GWT 2.1 release, please
> feel free to contact me.
> I will be giving a GWT seminar in late November at Carnegie Mellon to
> hopefully gauge the GWT interest and promote GWT-based development on
> CMU campus. I am keeping track of the changes going on with 2.1
> development but may have some gaps here and there. I am fairly new to
> this type of development so if someone wanted to help out and fill in
> the gaps and make corrections where I go wrong that would be great
> Desktop Apps in the Browser w/GWT 2.1
> *Tuesday, November 30th (tentative)
> The power of AJAX Technologies when the Front-end complexity is
> Application Architecture Best Practices & Implementations
> - Model-View-Presenter (MVP)
> o Implementation using "Activities", etc
> - EventBus & The Command Pattern
> - Dependency Injection (in client code) & The Factory Pattern
> - Data Synchronization using "RequestFactory"
> - History Management (Keeping the "Back" button)
> - Decoupling UI's
> - DTO's, Domains, & Databases
> - Foundation:
> o Java
> o Spring
> o Guice / Gin
> o Maven
> Outline: To-Do
> "Zero to Enterprise in 60 Minutes with GWT" (60 minutes may actually
> be 25 hours...)
> GWT is a compiler so you can build your app anyway you want and just
> have it compiled into a front-end/client application. However, this
> seminar is going to outline a few best practices as to how to
> structure and architect you application to take full advantage of GWT
> and provide very complex/large applications
> -Setting up your dev environment / getting started
> -High Lever Stuff
> -Lower level Implementation stuff
> -Appendix stuff that details out of scope topics and links/resources/
> On Sep 30, 2:14 am, Daniel Kurka <kurka.dan...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> > I'm sorry about the blog not being in english :)
> > Thanks for the hint on SimplePanel. I`m gonna keep this in mind once m4
> > arrives.
> > 2010/9/30 Thomas Broyer <t.bro...@gmail.com>
> > > On 30 sep, 00:18, Daniel Kurka <kurka.dan...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> > > > I just started to take a look on GWT 2.1m3 and MVP and made a small blog
> > > > post about it.
> > > > Maybe this will help?
> > > >http://blog.daniel-kurka.de/2010/09/testdriving-gwt-mvp-from-gwt-21-m...
> > > Could you please switch your blog to english? I was able to figure out
> > > what "Vorschau" means only because I've recently commented on other
> > > Blogger blogs.
> > > Looking forward to read the next blog post!
> > > (note that your SimpleDisplay won't be needed in 2.1m4 as SimplePanel
> > > implements AcceptsOneWidget –the new name for Activity.Display–; also,
> > > views generally will be widgets themselves, rather than contain
> > > widgets, again this is made a bit easier in 2.1m4 as Widget implements
> > > IsWidget, returning itself, so you don't have to write the asWidget
> > > method if your view is a Widget)
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