Thanks, Jens! This sounds interesting.
Are there some examples on how to do that? I guess, the problem is
not how to use JsInterop, but how to handle asynchronous HTTP requests
with the generated data model.
On 21.03.2017 10:43, Jens wrote:
> Swagger itself has also a code generator that already can output
> a custom plugin for Swagger's code generator that outputs GWT
> compatible Java code directly.
> Just open your swagger JSON in http://editor.swagger.io/#!/ and
> download the generated code if you want to take a look at the
> Code generator: https://github.com/swagger-api/swagger-codegen
> -- J.
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