The LoadEvent is a native browser event that will be fired once the browser has downloaded some resources. So it does not apply to a GWT widget. But every GWT widget (and thus Composite as well) has a protected onLoad / onUnload method that you can override to execute code once the widget has been attached/detached to/from the DOM.--
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