Jun 252006
 

Google has come out with an API for developing AJAX based web applications using Java. The idea is that you use their API to author your web application interface using the Java language, then compile your source using the google web toolkit compiler, and it will spit out code that works in many browsers including IE, Firefox, Safari, and Opera. Cool concept. It supposedly even has a built in browser emulator that allows you to debug your code in Java.

I can’t wait to try it out! Further reports to come in the near future.

Check it out here: http://code.google.com/webtoolkit/.

  4 Responses to “GWT – Google Web Toolkit”

  1. [...] I pretty much knew I was going to use GWT to implement it…I’ve been wanting to dig in to GWT, and here was a perfect opportunity.  Also, in a comment from a prior post, I learned that a new beta of my favorite IDE, IntelliJ IDEA, had just built in a GWT integration.  Freakin’ sweet! [...]

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