Friday, December 18, 2015

Re: use of large java math library from javascript

On Friday, December 18, 2015 at 10:37:59 AM UTC-5, Alberto Mancini wrote:
well, in my opinion "porting large existing java libraries" is one of the strengths of GWT and in my experience it works really well in this.

Were to find informations. 

Well, JSInterop is the way for the part  "use the exposed, public classes from Javascript."

Thanks, this is very instructive, in particular the talk. I would have to do quite a bit of annotating, it looks like. Is there a WebIDL approach using an external file as well ?
For the part of transpiling the library you need  more or less to transform the library in a GWT module, i think  you need
to follow , where you will find essentially what a module is and what <super-source> is intended to (in case you need) and that covers the emulated jre. 
Yes, I just discovered this. Hopefully, the emu would cover most what is used.
I'm biased about that but a few years ago we wrote a post on this subject 
old but still not completely useless.  

This looks similar, and talks a bit about (unused) . Should be very helpful.

Thanks !

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