We will analyze the links provided by you and revert you back what we experience on that.
But the point where we have a doubt is, currently we use GWT 2.6.1 plugin for netbeans and are able to debug a client source in netbeans it self.
By marking a breakpoints in client source on netbeans, browser automatically communicate with netbeans because of (browser GWT plugin & netbeans GWT plugin).
Browser transfers the control on the break point already marked in netbeans and from there we can debug our code (using F7, F8 keys) in netbeans itself.
Will we get this type of functionality after moving to maven or whatever, as you suggest.
We just want to know how will we able to debug our client source in java same as previous.
On Tuesday, September 29, 2020 at 3:05:53 AM UTC+5:30 lofid...@gmail.com wrote:
NetBeans has a very good Maven support. So you can do everything with Maven, also in NetBeans. With Maven you are IDE independent:Introduction to Maven:
- Introduction to Maven: https://www.baeldung.com/mavenAfter you know how to work with Maven...
- Take a look at this article: http://bit.ly/WebJavaStory
- ... with this simple example: https://github.com/lofidewanto/jsinterop-simple-example
- Checkout the example and run it as it explained in the README.MD
- You can try to run the example... debug it... just like what the article shows you.Maven plugin for GWT:
- There is one and only Maven plugin you should use: https://github.com/tbroyer/gwt-maven-plugin.It is worth it for everyone to learn Maven to build you project, so you are IDE independent.Also you can take a look at this presentation to understand the anatomy of GWT web apps: https://bit.ly/gwtintropresentationIf you have done the Maven stuffs you can use the Project Generator which Frank showed above. The important part IMHO is to understand what Maven gives you and how you can use Maven to build your project first.Hope this helps.Lofiviny...@gmail.com schrieb am Montag, 28. September 2020 um 13:47:00 UTC+2:
hi Lofi,we are also having same problem. we are using:1. 2.6.1 GWT version.2. netbeans as a GUI with GWT plug in (which helps in debugging Source (SDBG))but now, we want to switch to newer or latest version of GWT 2.9.0 but there is no plugin for netbeans yet.Instead there is a eclipse plugin, so we don't have any option, we just have to move on eclipse (provide the training to team and understanding the eclipse functionality etc.).reading your answer seems that we can use maven for all things. But as we always worked on netbeans we don't know how can we configure, develop, debug etc. the GWT project in maven.can you please help us or share any document which can help us understanding the GWT project configuring in MAVEN.On Saturday, September 12, 2020 at 3:12:16 PM UTC+5:30 lofid...@gmail.com wrote:@Craig: Oh I don't know that Eclipse Plugin... I never use it...
I always use pure Maven and if you are familiar with Spring Boot, I've developed similar mechanism GWT Boot (at the moment without the Initializr, but I'm planning to do that).... with all examples available just like Spring Boot... All still ini SNAPSHOT, so if you are working behind a firewall in your company you need to add the Sonatype Snapshot:<repositories><repository><id>sonatype-snapshots</id><name>Sonatype Snapshots</name>...Please see: https://github.com/gwtboot/gwt-boot-samplesFor me it is always easier just to work with Maven and I could choose my IDE (Eclipse, IntelliJ or VSC for Java).Hope this helps.LofiCraig Mitchell schrieb am Samstag, 12. September 2020 um 05:21:37 UTC+2:I haven't updated to the latest Eclipse yet, however, does the GWT plugin not work anymore? http://gwt-plugins.github.io/documentation/gwt-eclipse-plugin/Download.html
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