Bluish Coder

Programming Languages, Martials Arts and Computers. The Weblog of Chris Double.


2006-05-17

Google Web Toolkit

This is pretty nifty. Google have released 'Google Web Toolkit'. It's a system for writing ajax applications in Java.

The Java code is compiled into Javascript which then runs in the browser. From the Google site:

GWT applications can be run in two modes: * Hosted mode - In hosted mode, your application is run as Java bytecode within the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). You will typically spend most of your development time in hosted mode because running in the JVM means you can take advantage of Java's debugging facilities and remain within an IDE like Eclipse. * Web mode - In web mode, your application is run as pure JavaScript and HTML, compiled from your original Java source code with the GWT Java-to-JavaScript compiler. When you deploy your GWT applications to production, you deploy this JavaScript and HTML to your web servers, so end users will only see the web mode version of your application.

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