Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Re: How does a GWT project work?


normally you just have one single onModuleLoad in your application.
This is the starting point of your later compiled JavaScript. You don
´t link to other pages. You just have one single container (your HTML
body / gwt RootPanel) in which you are fetching different "java" (DOM
objects/operations with your compiled gwt javaScript) classes. I
really recommend to check out all the tutorials on code.google.com and
also learning the basic concepts of web development and Ajax.

best regars, Michael

On Sep 28, 9:36 am, mattyh88 <mathew.hu...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm wondering how to setup a real webapplication with GWT.
> Do you need a java file for every page in the client package with an
> onmoduleload function?
> How would you link to an other page from a page in your application?

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