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Google Web Toolkit Solutions: Cool & Useful Stuff
By David M. Geary
01 Feb 2007 | TheServerSide.com
The Google Web Tookit (GWT) is a cutting-edge UI framework for Java developers, which lets you create rich, interactive user interfaces using familiar idioms from Java's Abstract Window Toolkit (AWT), Swing, and the Eclipse Foundation's SWT. If you've used any of those frameworks in the past, you're already halfway up the GWT learning curve.
This Short Cut explores cool stuff you can do with the GWT using two applications: an address book and a Yahoo! trip viewer.
Put the GWT to use today!
Google™ Web Toolkit Solutions (Digital Short Cut): Cool & Useful Stuff
ISBN-10: 0-13-158465-0; ISBN-13: 978-0-13-158465-5; Published: Jan 18, 2007; Copyright 2007; Dimensions 10-1/2x7-3/4; Pages: 112; Edition: 1st. $9.99
David M. Geary is best known for his Graphic Java series from Prentice Hall PTR and Sun Microsystems Press, but for the past two years he has been immersed in server-side Java technology. He is a member of the expert group that's defining the standard JSP technology tag library and is also a key contributor to the Apache Struts JSP technology-based application framework.
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