I believe that making such changes to the architecture like introducing smaller modules should be based on good reasons, especially reasons other than simply adopting to changed development tools. There should also be a benefit for the final system, e. g. load times, manageability, etc.?Load times: First I assume you mean DevMode load times and you only gain benefits here if you think one step further.
No. I agree that DevMode load times are an issue, but what I wanted to say is that you should not depend the architecture of an application on the requirements of the tools that should help to build it.
I would never create an additional GWT module if there is no real need for it.
This is what I wanted to say. In my opintion, such a real need cannot be defined by a development environment.
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