On thing I'd like to see on GWT 3.0 and beyond is the reduction (or complete avoidance) of the "Not invented here syndrome" from Google:--
- Using a standard build tool which integrates well with Maven repositories - and don't force the end user to switch build tools just because
- Using GitHub for pull requests - and nothing more than that - to allow easy community contributions
- Allow the user to integrate with any CSS processor he wants, such as less, sass or any other
- A HTML template engine that uses input as close as possible to the real HTML (like Errai does)
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