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January 18, 2010

Computer and Programming eBooks from PDFTrace

PDFTrace is a PDF search engine that provides links to many programming and computer ebooks, and technical and I.T. learning documents covering many areas. You can search this site for and computer ebooks and documents in both pdf and doc file formats. I have provided below some search results in various topics for pdf ebooks to get you started using this site. Be sure to click on the page numbers at the bottom to access more ebooks in the topic you are searching. To dig deeper, use these links for starting your search for what you need, and then go back to the home page and enter the original search word/phase along with more detailed keyword(s) you need. Most links are working, though a few are not.


Sample of eBook Topics in pdf format at pdftrace:

 - AJAX
 - GWT  Google Web Toolkit
 - C and C++ programming
 - Linux programming
 - PHP
 - Java programming
 - Javascript  JSON
 - HTML  XHTML  DHTML
 - Perl
 - Flex
 - C# programming
 - Silverlight
 - VB .Net
 - Web programming
 - Python programming
 - Oracle Database
 - Oracle Applications
 - MySQL
 - SQL Server
 - Linux
 - Windows 2008
 - Computer Networking
 - Computer Security



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October 14, 2009

AJAX and GWT Training Tutorials

Here are several excellent AJAX and GWT Training Tutorials that are derived from Marty Hall's world-renowned live programming training courses, hosted on courses.coreservlets.com. These are intended as a fast introduction to the basics of Ajax and Google Web Toolkit (GWT) for people that already know how to write the server-side part of the process using servlets and JSP. Although these tutorials provide the code for all of the servlets and JSP pages used, it does not explain the server-side code in depth or discuss how to deploy it...for detailed tutorials on writing server-side Java applications and explanations on how to deploy them on Tomcat, please see these Java EE tutorials.

These tutorials come with a complete set of text, PowerPoint files, pdf documents, and source so that your goal of learning Ajax and Google Web Toolkit will be easier and more productive. What follows here are the major topics, pdf tutorials files, and source code for these AJAX and GWT Tutorials:


Ajax Tutorials

Ajax Basics Tutorial: Part I: Ajax-Basics-1.pdf
Topics: Ajax motivation, The basic Ajax process, The need for anonymous functions, Using dynamic content and JSP, Using dynamic content and servlets, Displaying HTML results, Sending GET data. Source code: ajax-basics-1.zip. Web app used is bundled as a MyEclipse project.


Ajax Basics Tutorial: Part II: Ajax-Basics-2.pdf
Topics: Sending GET data, Reading textfield values, Sending POST data, Ajax toolkits and libraries, Recommended Ajax Books. Source code: ajax-basics-2.zip. Web app used is bundled as a MyEclipse project.


Ajax Development and Debugging Tools Tutorial: Ajax-Development-Tools.pdf
Topics: Tools for debugging Ajax, Tools for debugging JavaScript, Tools for building Ajax-based Web apps, Tools for developing xhtml, Tools for building and previewing style sheets, Tools for validating xhtml. Source code: ajax-basics-1.zip. Web app is bundled as a MyEclipse project.


JavaScript Core Language Features Tutorial: JavaScript-Core.pdf
Topics: Overview, JavaScript references, Embedding in browser, Basic syntax, Strings and regular expressions, Functions, Objects. Source code.javascript.zip. Web app is bundled as a MyEclipse project.


JavaScript Crash Course: Browser, XML, & HTML Support: JavaScript-Browser.pdf
Topics: XML, Getting document, Document, Element, and Node classes, HTML, HTMLDocument and HTMLElement classes, Specialized HTMLElement classes, The Window class, Event Handling, General event-handling attributes, Element-specific event-handling attributes. Source code: javascript2.zip.
Web app used in this section, bundled as a MyEclipse project.


Ajax Data Handling: XML, JSON, and String Data Tutorial: Ajax-Data-Handling.pdf
Topics: Building HTML tables in JavaScript, Parsing XML data, Using MVC on the server, Parsing JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) data, Parsing String data, Handling multi-format data. Source code: ajax-data.zip.
Web app used in this section, bundled as a MyEclipse project.


Using JSTL (JSP Standard Tag Library) with Ajax Tutorial: JSTL.pdf
Topics: Obtaining JSTL documentation and code, The JSTL Expression Language, Looping Tags, Looping a certain number of times, Looping over data structures, Improving Ajax MVC data-handling examples, Conditional Evaluation Tags, Single choice, Multiple choices, Database Access Tags, Other Tags. Source code: jstl.zip.
Web app used in this section, bundled as a MyEclipse project.


XHTML: A Crash Course Tutorial: xhtml.pdf
Topics: Differences between xhtml and HTML 4, Basic structure of an xhtml document, Hypertext links and URLs, Block-level elements, Inline elements, Tables, References. Source code: xhtml.zip.
Web app used in this section, bundled as a MyEclipse project.


Custom JSP Tag Libraries: Basics Tutorial: Custom-Tags-Basics.pdf
Topics: Java-based tags, Components of a tag library, Basic tags, Tags that use attributes, Tags that use body content, Tags that optionally use body content, JSP-based tags (tag files), Components of a tag library, Basic tags, Tags that use attributes, Tags that use body content. Source code: basicTags.zip.
Web app used in this section, bundled as a MyEclipse project.


Custom JSP Tag Libraries: Advanced Capabilities Tutorial
Custom-Tags-Advanced.pdf.
Tags with dynamic attribute values, Tags with complex objects for attributes, Manipulating the tag body, Looping tags, Nested tags, Using SAX and TagLibraryValidator to validate tag library syntax. Source code: advancedTags.zip.
Web app used in this section, bundled as a MyEclipse project.


Using JSP Custom Tag Libraries for Ajax Tutorial
Custom-Tags-Ajax.pdf.
Topics:
contextPath tag - Outputs the Web application context path (e.g., /myApp), to simplify relative URLs.
simpleAlert tag - Takes the result of a URL and puts it in popup dialog box.
alert tag - Takes the result of a URL and puts it in popup dialog box. Sends data from designated input element.
simpleButton tag - Takes the result of a URL and puts it in designated HTML element.
button tag - Takes the result of a URL and puts it in specified HTML element. Sends data from list of designated input elements.
Source code: custom-tags-ajax.zip.
Web app used in this section, bundled as a MyEclipse project.


Using the AjaxTags Library: Basics Tutorial
AjaxTags-Basics.pdf.
Topics: Pros and cons of AjaxTags library, Installing AjaxTags, Using main components, Links that trigger server-side resource and display results within current page, Autocompleting textfields, Populating textfields based on values in another textfield, Populating combobox based on selection in another combobox, Forms whose results are displayed inside current page, Tabbed panels. Source code: ajaxtags.zip.
Web app used in the basic and advanced AjaxTags sections, bundled as a MyEclipse project.
ajaxtags-blank.zip.
Blank Web app to be used as a starting point for apps that use AjaxTags. Contains all required JAR files and JavaScript files. Bundled as a MyEclipse project.


Using the AjaxTags Library: Advanced Capabilities Tutorial
AjaxTags-Advanced.pdf.
Topics: Regions that display temporarily while server-side resource runs, Autocomplete textboxes with associated values displayed in other textboxes, Prefunctions and postfunctions, Arbitrary JavaScript that runs before or after server-side resource, Functions that run when server has error, Multiple triggers for server-side resources. Source code: ajaxtags.zip.
Web app used in the basic and advanced AjaxTags sections, bundled as a MyEclipse project.
ajaxtags-blank.zip.
Blank Web app to be used as a starting point for apps that use AjaxTags. Contains all required JAR files and JavaScript files. Bundled as a MyEclipse project.


Part I: Ajax Support Tutorial for the Prototype JavaScript Framework
Prototype-1.pdf.
Topics: Overview of Prototype, Installation, Ajax.Request, Basics, Options, HTML lookup and insertion, Ajax.Updater, Ajax.PeriodicalUpdater, Handling JSON Data. Source code: prototype.zip.
Web app used in this section, bundled as a MyEclipse project.


Part II: General JavaScript Support Tutorial for the Prototype JavaScript Framework
Prototype-2.pdf.
Topics: Element, Helper methods for exploring DOM, Helper methods for updating DOM, Array, Helper methods that take simple arguments, Enumerable, Helper methods that take functions as arguments, Function, Helper functions that operate on other functions, Usually to build new functions that are based on old functions, Number, Methods called on numbers. Source code: prototype.zip.
Web app used in this section, bundled as a MyEclipse project.


The Prototype JavaScript Framework
Part III: OOP Support Tutorial
Prototype-3.pdf.
Topics: Constructor and prototype in one place, Single inheritance, 
Merging objects, Multiple inheritance. Source code: prototype.zip.
Web app used in this section, bundled as a MyEclipse project.


Part I: Ajax Support Tutorial for the Script.acul.us JavaScript Library
Scriptaculous-Ajax.pdf.
Topics: Overview of Scriptaculous, Installation and documentation, Autocomplete textfields, Local version, Ajax version, In-place Editor, Free-text values, Values from combo box. Source code: scriptaculous.zip.
Web app used in this section, bundled as a MyEclipse project.


Part II: Visual Effects Tutorial for the Script.acul.us JavaScript Library
Scriptaculous-Effects.pdf.
Topics: Overview of Visual Effects, Installation and documentation, Highlighting, Showing/hiding elements, Moving, resizing, and styling elements, Effect options. Source code: scriptaculous.zip.
Web app used in this section, bundled as a MyEclipse project.


The Google Web Toolkit (GWT) Tutorials

GWT Basics.pdf

Topics: Pros and cons of GWT, Some commercial sites that use GWT, Installing GWT, Development process, Making a project, Editing auto-generated HTML file, Editing auto-generated application class, Testing process, Hosted mode, Web mode, Client-side listeners, Custom Java classes. Source code: GwtProject1.zip

This is the main app used in the basic GWT section. It is built as an Eclipse project that assumes you have GWT installed in C:\My Documents\GWT\gwt-windows-1.4.62. The Eclipse project links to several files in the GWT installation directory, so it will not run out of the box if you have GWT installed in a different location. If you have GWT installed in a different location, you could try importing gwt-user.jar and junit.jar into your app. But perhaps the easiest approach might be to make a new project and copy the sample code to the new project.
For example: Use projectCreator and applicationCreator to build a GWT Eclipse project with this name, as described in detail in the tutorial.
Go to the sample code here, navigate to the src folder, select everything under it (coreservlets, coreservlets.client, etc.), and select Copy.
Go to your new project, navigate to the src folder, delete everything under it, right-click on src, and select Paste.

GwtTestProject.zip

First "hello world" app used in the basic GWT section. This is simply what you get when you run projectCreator and applicationCreator, with no changes whatsoever. The Google Web Toolkit (GWT): Widget Event Handling

GWT Events Tutorial: GWT-Events.pdf
Topics: Main approaches to event handling, Separate listener classes, Main class implementing listener interface, Named inner classes, Anonymous inner classes, Basic widgets and their associated events, Pushbuttons and related widgets, Checkboxes and related widgets, Listboxes and related widgets, Textfields and related widgets. Source code

The following apps assume you have GWT installed in C:\My Documents\GWT\gwt-windows-1.4.62. See installation directions in previous section. GwtEvents1.zip - Version with separate listener class.
GwtEvents2.zip - Version with main class implementing listener interface.
GwtEvents3.zip - Version with named inner class.
GwtEvents4.zip - Version with anonymous inner class.


The Google Web Toolkit (GWT): Using RPC to Access Server-Side Data Tutorial

GWT-RPC-1.pdf

Topics: Idea of RPC, Development process, Defining client-side data service interfaces, Making a data service servlet, Specifying the data source, Defining client-side callback classes, Examples, Getting simple data from server, Getting complex types from serve,r
Getting serializable custom classes from server, Testing in hosted mode, To run using bundled server and GWT browser, Testing in Web mode, To run using bundled server and regular browser. Source code

GwtRpcProject.zip

Main app used in the RPC section. It is built as an Eclipse project that assumes you have GWT installed in C:\My Documents\GWT\gwt-windows-1.4.62. The Eclipse project links to several files in the GWT installation directory, so it will not run out of the box if you have GWT installed in a different location. If you have GWT installed in a different location, you could try importing gwt-user.jar and junit.jar into your app. But perhaps the easiest approach might be to make a new project and copy the sample code to the new project. For example:
Use projectCreator and applicationCreator to build a GWT Eclipse project with this name, as described in detail in the tutorial.
Go to the sample code here, navigate to the src folder, select everything under it (coreservlets, coreservlets.client, etc.), and select Copy.
Go to your new project, navigate to the src folder, delete everything under it, right-click on src, and select Paste.


The Google Web Toolkit (GWT): More RPC Topics

GWT-RPC-2.pdf
Topics: Handling multithreading, Avoiding race conditions in onSuccess and onFailure, Deploying, Creating new project, Adding JAR file, Copying WebContent files, Renaming main file to index.html, Fixing url-pattern, Fixing context-root. Source code,

GwtRpcDeploy.zip

Deployable MyEclipse app built from the GwtRpcProject of the previous section.


GWT and JSNI: The JavaScript Native Interface Tutorial

GWT-JSNI.pdf

Topics: Calling JavaScript from Java, Format of methods, The $wnd and $doc variables, Argument types, Calling Java from JavaScript, Format of method types, Designating overloaded methods, Argument types, Using Scriptaculous effects. Source code

The following app assumes you have GWT installed in C:\My Documents\GWT\gwt-windows-1.4.62. See installation directions in previous section. GwtJsni.zip.

Version with separate listener class.
Ajax4jsf: For details on using the Ajax4jsf library, please see the Ajax4jsf section of the tutorial on JSF and Apache MyFaces.

Ajax Exercises
View PDF of Ajax Exercises



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June 25, 2009

2 eBooks on Google Web Toolkit (GWT)

Here are 3 learning documents covering Google Web Toolkit (GWT) at scribd.com: two ebooks and one tutorial. These will help you learn and improve your skills with writing GWT and Ajax code to build dynamic, interactive, and rich web applications. These ebooks and tutorial are in pdf format, to download them you need to register for free and then select the Save Document option in the More drop-down.


GWT eBook #1
Using Ajax and the Google Web Toolkit
(631 pages, 10.8 mb, pdf format)

Part 1 Getting Started
 - Introducing GWT
 - Creating the default application
 - Advancing to your own application

Part 2 Building User Interfaces
 - Working with widgets
 - Working with panels
 - Handling events
 - Creating composite widgets
 - Building JSNI components
 - Modularizing an application

Part 3 Advanced Techniques
 - Communicating with GWT-RPC
 - Examining client-side RPC architecture
 - Classic Ajax and HTML forms 409
 - Achieving interoperability with JSON
 - Automatically generating new code
 - Changing applications based on GWT properties

Part 4 Completing the Understanding
 - Testing and deploying GWT applications
 - Peeking into how GWT works


GWT eBook #2
(377 pages, 10.8 mb, pdf format)

Part 1 Getting Started
1 Introducing GWT
   1.1 Why GWT
   1.2 What GWT includes
   1.3 GWT basics
   1.4 Working with the GWT shell
   1.5 Understanding the GWT compile
2 A New Kind of Client
   2.1 Basic project structure and components
   2.2 Design patterns and GWT
   2.3 Styling a GWT component
   2.4 Running a completed project
3 Communicating with the Server
   3.1 Making GWT Remote Procedure Calls
   3.2 The development server—Tomcat Lite
   3.3 Using an external development server

Part 2 Task-Specific Issues
4 Core Application Structure
   4.1 Building a model
   4.2 Building view components
   4.3 The controller and service
5 Other Techniques for Talking to Servers
   5.1 Web development methods and security
   5.2 Enabling REST and POX communications
   5.3 Understanding Java-to-JavaScript interaction
   5.4 Creating a cross-domain SOAP client with Flash
   5.5 Incorporating applets with GWT
   5.6 Streaming to the browser with Comet
6 Integrating Legacy and Third-Party Ajax Libraries
   6.1 A closer look at JSNI
   6.2 Wrapping JavaScript libraries
   6.3 Managing GWT-JavaScript interaction
   6.4 Wrapping JavaScript with GWT-API-Interop
7 Building, Packaging, and Deploying
   7.1 Packaging GWT modules
   7.2 Building and deploying applications
   7.3 Automating the build
   7.4 Managing Tomcat Lite from the build
8 Testing and Continuous Integration
   8.1 GWT testing
   8.2 Advanced testing concepts
   8.3 Continuous integration

Part 3 Fully Formed Applications
9 Java Enterprise Reinvented
   9.1 Constructing two models
   9.2 Mapping to DTOs
   9.3 Wiring applications with Spring
   9.4 Constructing the client application
10 Building the Storefront
   10.1 Securing GWT applications
   10.2 Building a drag-and-drop system
   10.3 JSNI special effects
11 Managing Application State
   11.1 Overview of the sample application
   11.2 Creating a basic messaging service
   11.3 Handling messages on the client and server
   11.4 Recording and playing back conversations
   11.5 Dealing with state on the server side
   11.6 Adding a UI and cleaning up
Appendix A Notable GWT Projects 335
Appendix B Quick Reference


Google Web Toolkit Tutorial
(5 pages, 166 kb, pdf format)

Learn to write AJAX applications from Java classes, using the new development paradigm introduced by this new Google framework. Recently, the 1.20 version of Google Web Toolkit (GWT) was released. This framework introduces a new AJAX application development paradigm. Is goal is to
hide from programmer the JavaScript code implementation, considering this job is repetitive, error-prone and full of tedious tasks, like browser incompatibility handling. GWT abstracts JavaScript using a Java class library, where a visual AJAX components (the widgets) library is available. These components are well known by GMail and Google Maps users. This tutorial presents how GWT changes the application development paradigm, and brings an implementation sample using the framework.



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May 12, 2009

XML, GWT, and PHP Tutorial from IBM Developworks

Here is an excellent XML, GWT, and PHP Tutorial at ibm.com/developerworks that explains the bridge between GWT and PHP using XML. Applications created using GWT (Google Web Toolkit) uses PHP web services to send and receive information in XML. GWT allows the creation and access of servlets in Java through which data can be passed between clients and servers. GWT does not limit communication with such servlets, but can freely communicate with almost all types of web services. This web development tutorial discusses and demonstrates these concepts in detail. You can also download (pdf) this tutorial, titled XML: The bridge between GWT and PHP Tutorial.


A test application
This section provides a step-by-step explanation to create a simple applications using XML, PHP and the Google Web Toolkit (GWT). This example shows how to use XML as a bridge between PHP and GWT.

Sending XML with PHP
This section uses a simple form to send XML data using PHP. The XML data that is sent is used to demonstrate XML’s many capabilities.

Processing XML with GWT
Google Web Toolkit provides the XMLParser for reading and writing XML. For this section, the GWT documentation is provided for further reference.

Sending XML with GWT
Applications in GWT allow users to edit various fields and then send this updated data back to the database. This section discusses two algorithms used to send XML with GWT.

Reading XML in PHP
This section discusses how XML data can be read and manipulated in PHP using elements of arrays or directly, as attributes of the XML object.

Conclusion
The conclusion explains the relation between XML, GWT and PHP.

Downloads
The code that is used for the examples for all the sections discussed above are available for download here.

Resources
Further learning material and additional resources for XML, GWT and PHP are provided here.



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January 21, 2009

Google Web Toolkit (GWT) Docs and Tutorials

Google Web Toolkit (GWT) is an open source development toolkit that you can use to quickly create and develop AJAX applications for all major browsers. These types of web applications offer users more immediate feedback and interactivity and provide features that in tha past were only found in rich client applications. More and more enterprises are starting to consider and use GWT, and it could become a very popular web application development framework. The following are important documetation, articles, and tutorials that will help you learn more about GWT and start you on your way to using it for your application deveopment.


GWT Homepage

Learn More - Learn about how Google Web Toolkit works and what features it can provide your web application development.

Get Started - Here are the installation steps for GWT and how to get a GWT application up and running. Then review the basics of GWT development using a detailed step-by-step GWT tutorial.

Read the Docs - All of the technical documentation for your reference and review for using Google Web Toolkit.

Join the Community  - Join the GWT developer forum to keep up-to-date with current activities. Go over to the contributors guide for information on building from source code, or contributing ideas or modifications to the project.



GWT Developer's Guide

Fundamentals    Configuring a GWT Project

Building the User Interface - GWT offers several pre-built Java widgets and panels to choose from. These are used as cross-browser building blocks for your web- based app. Also provided are optimization facilities such as image bundles.

Writing the Client-side Code in Java

Communicating with a Server - Make calls to backend servers using GWT RPC or direct HTTP.

Testing with JUnit - Learn how to efficiently test your AJAX code using JUnit.

Internationalization - Support multiple locales within a single code base.

Deferred Binding - This reduces generated code size so client can download faster and have better performance.


GWT Reference Guides

GWT Javadoc    GWT API Reference    Widget and Panel Gallery

Command-line Tools - Use these command-line tools to develop project files and run your app.

JRE Emulation Reference - These are the JRE types and methods that GWT emulates.


Articles and Tutorials covering GWT Development


DOM Events, Memory Leaks, and You - Explains how GWT prevents Ajax memory leaks from occurring.

Security for GWT Applications - Learn about the different types of attacks, and how to use secure coding practices to defend against them.

Using GWT for JSON Mashups - This tutorial reviews the various techniques to implement for developing JSON mashups from JSON services across the web.

Put a GWT Application on Facebook - Using these easy instructions, find out how to socialize your application on Facebook.


GWT Designer User Guide


GWT Designer is a powerful and easy to use bi-directional GUI creator that you can use to generate Java code. With this tool you can: add controls using drag-and-drop, add event handlers to your controls, and change various properties of controls using a property editor. Your updates to the generated code are reflected back in the visual designer. You can also reverse engineer code by using the parser. GWT Designer is built as a plug-in to Eclipse 3.2 (or higher) and any Eclipse 3.2-based IDE.

GWT Designer Tutorial
  - Login Manager
  - Stock Watcher
  - Remote Service
  - Get JSON data via HTTP
  - Web Demos

Designer Guide Visual Inheritance
Quick Start Menu Editing
What's New CSS Support
Installation Remote Services
User Interface Application Launching
Features Application Compiling
Layout Managers JUnit Test Creation & Launching
Designer Guide Wizards Intelligent Refactoring
Data Binding Internationalization (i18n)
GWT Quick Start Enhanced Compilation
GWT Projects Build & Deployment
Rich Editing Palette
AbsolutePanels Web Projects
Grids & FlexTables Preferences
TabPanels System Requirements
GWT Wizards Preferences
Custom Composites Web Demos


GWT Incubator

The GWT Incubator offers additional GWT widgets and libraries for your use. These are not yet added to the core toolkit. Future GWT releases may or may not incorporate these features.

Downloads - The most current incubator library is here, in a single jar file.
Documentation - See the gwt-incubator documentation for information about the available widgets and libraries.


GWT JavaDoc

Packages:
com.google.gwt.animation.client  - Classes for Animation support.
com.google.gwt.benchmarks.client  - Classes and modules used in building benchmarks.
com.google.gwt.core.client  - Fundamental classes used in client-side GWT code.
com.google.gwt.core.ext  - Classes used to extend the GWT compiler.
com.google.gwt.core.ext.linker  - Classes for writing Linkers.
com.google.gwt.core.ext.typeinfo  - Type-introspection support classes used by generators.
com.google.gwt.dom.client  - Classes for low-level DOM programming.
com.google.gwt.http.client  - Provides the client-side classes and interfaces for making HTTP requests and processing the associated responses.
com.google.gwt.i18n.client  - Internationalization support for GWT applications.
com.google.gwt.i18n.rebind.format  - Implementations for various MessageCatalogFormat implementations, which are used to generate files for translation or to read translated messages.
com.google.gwt.i18n.rebind.keygen  - Generators which compute the value of a key to use for looking up translated resources.
com.google.gwt.json.client  - Classes for parsing and creating JSON encoded values.
com.google.gwt.junit.client  - Classes and modules used in building JUnit tests.
com.google.gwt.junit.tools  - Classes for interacting with JUnit for unit testing.
com.google.gwt.user.client  - Fundamental user-interface classes used in client-side GWT code.
com.google.gwt.user.client.rpc  - Classes used in client-side implementation of remote procedure calls.
com.google.gwt.user.client.ui  - Widgets, Panels, and other user-interface classes.
com.google.gwt.user.server.rpc  - Classes used in server-side implementation of remote procedure calls.
com.google.gwt.xml.client  - Basic classes used in XML DOM parsing and XML document generation.


SmartGWT
GWT API's for SmartClient. SmartGWT 1.0b1 has been released. SmartGWT is compatible with GWT 1.5.3 (or greater)

GWT Roadmap
Here are the future features and functionality of GWT, also listed here



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