Mobile Applications Development Using Google Web Toolkit – Ingenuity At Its Best

Developing mobile applications with Java and have them work on iOS, Android and Windows Phone? A dream come true for many. GWT, Google Web Toolkit is what you are looking for then.   Simply write the Java code that compiles into cross-platform Javascript and HTML, and discover how to take advantage of these features on several popular devices, such as the camera, accelerometer, and GPS using the ingenuity of GWT. What is Google Web Toolkit ? Google Web Toolkit is an open source set of tools that allow creating and maintaining JavaScript Front-end…Read more …

Build Rich Internet Applications Using Google Web Toolkit

In today’s world, no one likes to use an application where you submit the request and have to wait for more then 3-4 seconds for a page to load. Even when we as a user surf the internet, we do not like a site which takes more than 3-4 seconds to respond. This is where Google bit everyone, to ensure that end-user gets instant response. With everyone one wishing to develop applications/web-sites that respond fast and have the cool chic rich graphics, the trend is shifting towards AJAX application development and particularly applications…Read more …

Generalized GWT Exception Handling

Handling exception is always a challenge in Enterprise application. When the project is big and you have lot of people working in the project, it becomes necessary that you have common mechanism for handling the exception in your project. In GWT Enterprise Application, You basically need to handle 2 types of exception. GWT Code Exception RPC Call Exception Today we will discuss how to handle GWT Code Exception in a generalized manner. We need to follow the below mentioned steps for the same. Create a class with the naming standards, which you have…Read more …

What is GWT?

Google Web Toolkit (GWT) is an open source java based web development framework that allows developers to easily create AJAX based applications using Java. Why GWT? • Be a Java expert, not JavaScript: Best features of GWT are that you can enjoy to code in Java, not in Javascript. If you have knowledge of java, then no need to learn for html/javascript to design/develop your application. • Simple RPC(Remote Procedure Calls) mechanism: GWT has its own simple mechanism for remote procedure calls between the browser and the server. No need to define complex…Read more …