Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Re: GWT3: code splitting

My understanding is that you can pass in parameters (for each permutation) that the compiler/linker can see as constants so optimise away.

I think this is getting less focus in the belief that browsers are getting less quirky and that a mono-culture of GWT is not the way to go so it needs to play nicely with other JS frameworks?

Maybe this makes sense for some GWT users but I think for us, doing a big business app that happens to be a webapp, it will be more of a pain.

On Saturday, November 21, 2015 at 2:27:53 PM UTC, Mars wrote:
when GWT 3 is more targeted to js libs/GUIs, then does it mean, that we will lose all benefits, like code-splitting, different permutations for languages/browsers, etc.?

i.e. as I understand it, even a Polymer component must include all the bloated css/js-quirks for different browsers, right?

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