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From: Thomas Broyer <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2012 15:00:27 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: Re: gwt 2.5 - Elemental -> Browser compatibility question ?
On Friday, June 29, 2012 10:18:54 PM UTC+2, regnoult axel wrote:
Hello,Reading the official documentation :it is said that :Using these draft-spec extensions may result in code that doesn't work on Firefox, Opera, or IE.My question, is that, for my current project that will be in production in 1 or 2 month, should I use Elementals ?
1 or 2 months? I wouldn't use too much experimental stuff then (except SuperDevMode, but that's an experimental dev tool, it's not part of the final app)
I need a compatibility with IE 7 and greater versions, Chrome and Firefox.
IE is a no-go for Elemental. IE9 might be envisaged, if you stick to the very basics (but then you'd better use com.google.gwt.dom, HTMLPanel/RenderablePanel and CellWidget).
I also did found a lot of documentation about elemental (neither how to use it, ..., neither inside the javadoc)
Elemental landed just 2 (or was it 3) weeks ago, and then Ray had to concentrate on I/O, and the rest of the team on shipping that 2.5.0 RC1; it's definitely too early to make use of Elemental other than trying it out and/or willing to help make it better.--
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