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GWT, GWT-Ext (SmartGWT), GXT (Ext GWT) Common Tasks

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I was browsing through some old posts at UI-Programming blog, one of our JCG partners, and noticed that there were a lot of short articles on how to perform some common tasks using GWT, GWT-Ext (SmartGWT) and GXT (Ext GWT). I believe they could help you with your day-to-day GWT development so I decided to aggregate them all at this ...

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Advanced SmartGWT Tutorial, Part 2

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This is the second part of my tutorial regarding rapid UI development with SmartGWT. In the first part of the tutorial, we created the basic interface layout and added some basic components. It is now time to take it up a notch and use the real power of SmartGWT. Before we proceed, let’s remember how the UI we have created ...

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Advanced SmartGWT Tutorial, Part 1

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Justin, Pat and I have started working on a side project that requires a user interface for administration and management. After working for a while with SmartGWT and GWT in general, we decided to create the interface using SmartGWT. We really liked the visual components (check out the SmartGWT showcase) and the fact that it facilitates rapid development. In this ...

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Getting Started with SmartGWT for awesome GWT interfaces

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Introduction to SmartGWT I recently started working with SmartGWT, a framework based on GWT that provides a comprehensive widget library for your application UI as well as assistance for server-side for data management. You can take look at its pretty functionality at the SmartGWT showcase. I have prepared a short “getting started” guide on how to integrate the library with ...

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