Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Re: Compile a Java application into a single JavaScript file?

Thanks Greg, 

<add-linker name="sso"/>

did the trick.

On Monday, December 14, 2015 at 3:13:56 AM UTC-5, Greg wrote:
You could use Single Script Linker instead of default Cross Site IFrame Linker by adding this into your module.gwt.xml:

<add-linker name="sso"/>

You have to collapse all properties because sso linker doesn't generate permutation selection script. After compilation you should get single js file which contains all the logic for different browsers / languages etc. Alternatively you could explicitly specify properties but it would mean you would get js file for single browser / language.

On Sunday, December 13, 2015 at 2:58:21 AM UTC+1, Michael Zhou wrote:
I have used GWT to compile a Java application (Google's Closure Compiler) into a GWT application.
Currently, GWT outputs a .cache.js file and a .nocache.js file. I wonder if it's possible to output a single .js file instead of two?
We might switch to J2CL when it's ready, but just in case it's possible to do so with GWT 2.8.

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