Building User Interfaces Using Google Web Toolkit (GWT) : Video

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Today I found an interesting video about building user interfaces using the Google Web Toolkit (GWT). This was taken from a presentation at the IndicThreads.com Conference on Java Technology held in Pune, India (I found the video over at IndicThreads.com).

Below is an excerpt from the post:

Chris Schalk's session on 'Building User interfaces using GWT' presented at the IndicThreads.com Conference On Java Technology 2007 held in Oct 2007 in Pune, India.

This session serves as an up to date review of the latest technologies and methodologies for "Building User interfaces using GWT". Specifically covered is - What is Google Web Toolkit (GWT), the potential of Ajax, what GWT brings to Ajax, what GWT focuses on, the Ajax Architectural Shift, building Ajax apps with Java(TM) technology and important GWT applets.

The GWT Mission is to radically improve the web experience for users. This is achieved by allowing developers to use existing Java tools to build no-compromise Ajax for modern browser users.

Speaker- Chris Schalk is a Developer Advocate for Google and helps promote Google Ajax technologies around the world. He is also one of the original members of the OpenAjax Alliance. Prior to Google, Schalk was a Principal Product Manager and Java Evangelist for Oracle's application server and development tools division. While at Oracle, he worked to define the overall Web development experience for Oracle JDeveloper and ADF Faces (Trinidad). He is also the co-author of JavaServer Faces: The Complete Reference published through McGraw-Hill Osborne

To read the full post click here and you can watch the video below.


It is always nice to see more information on the GWT as it is a great tool for Java developers that would like to make Ajax applications.

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