- Actually it is enough to know Java and its ecosystem.
- As I saw it by myself, it is actually not hard to learn those APIs, see https://bit.ly/GWTModernExperiences
So, yes, we need to update gwtproject-site and need to create a lot more resources to learn GWT / J2CL and of course, new versions, new versions - and always release to Maven Central... to make the developer experience outstanding...
lofid...@gmail.com schrieb am Dienstag, 6. Oktober 2020 um 19:42:50 UTC+2:
Hi David,thanks for your feedback.Yes, agree with you with all your points... I'm not sure what we could do to show that we are still alive... 😀 At the moment we have following:
What we could do more:
- Colin with Vertispan always invites us for an online meetup, here are the results so far: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbTjCnaZEusVEAPBMtnz9Fw
- Here you can ask everything about GWT / J2CL so you have the access to the GWT / J2CL experts.
- Some of us try to spread the words by writing articles, etc. and also trying to apply for some conference talks. So far not yet successful with conferences.
- I try to write a short / simple deck and it could be used to show the advantages of GWT / J2CL to the managers, see https://bit.ly/gwtintropresentation
- I try to build a "padlet" for Modern GWT / J2CL: https://bit.ly/GWTIntroPadlet
- Writing a similar web app for Hacker News comparison: https://hnpwa.com -- with GWT / J2CL and chosen UI framework
- Writing an example web app for Spring Petclinic community: https://github.com/spring-petclinic -- using GWT / J2CL
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