Getting Started with Building a GWT Web Application
- 3 hours on-demand video
- 4 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Understand the pieces that make up GWT Application development
- Understand how debug the GWT Application with Eclipse
- Understand how to use Super Dev Mode with Eclipse
- Understand how to create a GWT Application
- Understand how to work with GWT UI components
- Understand how to work with logical GWT and native browser events.
- Understand how to configure remote ajax RPC calls
- Understand how to use CSS and image resrouces
This will cover:
- Java is Required
- Downloading eclipse
- Unzipping Eclipse
- Running Eclipse
- Using a clean workspace directory for the applications
This will cover:
- Using the application creation wizard to create a GWT application
- This will also cover the application structure parts:
- The client resources
- The server resources
- The client and server shared resources
- The public application directory
- The web application directory
- You should be familiar with CSS.
- You should be familiar with Java.
- You should be familiar with HTML.
I’m Brandon Donnelson and I’ve been working on GWT a while since somewhere around 2008. I enjoy helping make development easier. So the other day someone said they wanted to see more getting started video content so I started out with this course.
This course covers the basic GWT application development by video example. It starts out with Eclipse GWT application creating and debugging. Then moves into UI component creation, event handling and ajax calls. And finishes off with providing css styling and images for the UI.
If you’re new to GWT, I think this would help build up quick terminology and context around building an application using GWT.
- This course is suited for those beginning to learn GWT.