Monday, August 26, 2013

Re: Roadmap

GWT-Ext has been superseded by Smart GWT. Smart GWT is an open source (LGPL), GWT-based framework that allows you to not only utilize its comprehensive widget library for your application UI, but also tie these widgets in with your server-side for data management. - From the GWT-Ext website.

Using a retired framework might be the issue? 

Using pure GWT resolved the issues? 

I would say to check with the team behind GWT-Ext if that was the case, but it looks like there is no such team anymore. So I would suggest choosing another widget framework or continuing with pure GWT and making your own widgets.

On Monday, August 26, 2013 4:08:02 PM UTC-4, Marcos wrote:
I understand, but I had many problems of performance and high memory consumption, especially in Internet Explorer when used GWT-Ext and then the GWT-Ext. After four hours of work internet explorer consumed 1 GB. Consistently displayed the message "Do you want to stop running the script?"

So I decided to use GWT pure.

Em quinta-feira, 22 de agosto de 2013 13h17min53s UTC-3, Marcos escreveu:


Is there any roadmap / plan to the next versions of GWT ?



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