> Good to know your experience with Roo and the light weight approach.
I think I already said it: I have zero experience with Roo.
> A best-practiced example of RequestFactory with GIN at GWT side and
> GUICE at server side may be what a mortal developer is looking for.
To really benefit from Guice (or more generally DI) on the server
side, you'd first have to wait for GWT 2.1.1, as in 2.1.0
RequestFactory makes heavy use of static methods.
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