Monday, May 18, 2020

Re: how to run gwt newer version in netbeans

sorry for delay..

I couldn't understand.

There was two questions:

1. how to use GWT in netbeans with source index debugging

2. and second is what lofi suggested. please explain by giving any small example if possible.

please help! we are not able to run GWt in netbeans.   

On Saturday, May 16, 2020 at 5:21:45 PM UTC+5:30, Thomas Broyer wrote:

On Saturday, May 16, 2020 at 12:44:45 PM UTC+2, Gordan Krešić wrote:
On 16. 05. 2020. 00:23, Dr. Lofi Dewanto wrote:
> I would prefer just using:
> [...]
> (3) Best practice, never mix client- and server-side. Make a stand-alone
> Maven project for your client-based webapp / webbrowser.

Could you elaborate this a bit further, please?

IMHO, sharing codebase between client and server, especially domain model
which is really easy to make compatible on both ends, it one of the main
benefits in using GWT.

It's not about separating codebases, but separating dependencies/classpaths, to make sure server-side dependencies won't conflict with GWT's own dependencies (e.g. Hibernate Validator, ECJ, Jetty, etc.)
Lofi should probably have said "distinct submodule" rather than "stand-alone project".

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