Thank you, Rogelio, for your info.
But I guess no code is generated automatically, you have to develop it
yourself. Is this right?
I'm not fully for code generation (such code is usually messy and hard
to read), but generating some bits, like a model of the data
structures could be useful.
On 20.03.2017 18:24, Rogelio Flores wrote:
> We use RestyGWT to consume a swagger REST API and are very pleased
> with it:
> On Monday, March 20, 2017 at 7:06:08 AM UTC-6, Irek Szczesniak wrote:
> I need to develop a web client with GWT, which consumes a web
> service defined with Open API (formerly Swagger).
> I wonder whether someone could offer some advice on how to do it
> best with GWT.
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