On 24 May 2014 05:03, "Frank Ren" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> It's been two years. And, I was just push into this problem by Chrome dropping support for GWT plugin. i.e. I have to downgrade Firefox to version 24, or to struggle with super dev mode.
> However, both running a Firefox version 24, and a super dev mode lead me to the following exception, even with Paul's code to override RemoteServiceServlet.
> com.google.gwt.user.client.rpc.IncompatibleRemoteServiceException: This application is out of date, please click the refresh button on your browser.
It should still work, at least with 2.5.1. I've not used 2.6.1 yet.
> Is GWT going to get a death sentence?
Eventually, yes because everything dies. But not now.
It was a technological miracle that DevMode worked, and it's not really a surprise that the browsers are moving away from supporting the kind of synchronous plugins that it required.
SDM is not perfect, but it's quite usable. If you'd never seen DM, you might well have thought SDM amazingly good. It's getting better too, with Eclipse support on the way.
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