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Monday, November 1, 2010

Book - Ext GWT 2.0: Beginner's Guide


Ext GWT 2.0: Beginner's Guide [Paperback]
Daniel Vaughan (Author)

What you'll learn:

- Explore the full range of features of the Ext GWT library through practical, step-by-step examples.
- Discover how to combine simple building blocks into powerful components.
- Create powerful Rich Internet Applications with features normally only found in desktop applications.
- Learn how to structure applications using MVC for maximum reliability and maintainability.
- Get a development environment up and running quickly
- Understand the working of Ext GWT and avoid common pitfalls
- Make web applications behave like desktop applications by using the many UI widgets of Ext GWT
- Design powerful, flexible forms to capture data
- Easily load and manipulate data in the browser from multiple sources
- Present information elegantly using templates
- Structure larger applications using the Model-View-Controller pattern to ensure that different components are independent of each other
- Create intuitive interfaces using drag and drop: a feature usually found only in desktop applications
- Display plenty of information in a very simple way with the wide range of charts available in EXT GWT
- Deploy applications to the world using Google App Engine


Cheers!

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Book - Essential GWT: Building for the Web with Google Web Toolkit 2.0


Essential GWT: Building for the Web with Google Web Toolkit 2.0 (Developer's Library)(Paperback)

What you'll learn:

- Creating and structuring projects
- Using the Google Plugin for Eclipse and the GWT Shell Script
- Detecting and working with browsers—and solving the problems they cause
- Building better user interfaces with the MVP pattern
- Communicating efficiently with servers and services
- Receiving, processing, producing, and sending XML
- Mixing in JavaScript with JSNI, JSON, and JSONP
- Using APIs for visualization, mapping, weather data, and more
- Securing GWT applications with cryptography, hashing, and encryption
- Moving files, including downloads, uploads, and monitoring progress
- Testing with JUnit, Emma, GWTTestCase, Selenium, and Mock Objects
- Internationalizing and localizing GWT code
- Deploying client-only and client-plus-server GWT applications



Cheers!