- Paperback: 608 pages
- Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional; 1 edition (December 15, 2007)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0321501969
- ISBN-13: 978-0321501967
- Product Dimensions: 7.1 x 0.9 x 9.2 inches
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- Average Customer Review: 18 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,110,619 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"Ryan clearly understands the GWT value proposition and how GWT integrates into a diverse web technology stack-and not just in a theoretical way. With the popularity of gpokr.com and kdice.com, Ryan can speak with the authority of concrete success." -"Bruce Johnson, creator of Google Web Toolkit "
"This book distinguishes itself from other books on GWT in that it walks through the entire process of building several nontrivial GWT applications, not the toy applications that most books present." -"R. Mark Volkmann, Object Computing, Inc."
""Google(TM) Web Toolkit Applications" is an excellent resource for any GWT developer. Solutions to challenges commonly encountered in GWT are presented through the design and development of actual applications. The applications developed throughout the text demonstrate best practices from simple UI design all the way to custom code generation, and are presented with little pretext about the amount of Java knowledge a given developer may have. Advanced concepts are not withheld but are presented in a way that will be understood by both novice and seasoned developers alike. Good application development practices and proper Model View Controller design is reinforced throughout the book, nearly guaranteeing that the reader will come away a better programmer. " -"Jason Essington, Senior Web/Java Engineer, Green River Computing"
"Dewsbury's "Google(TM) Web Toolkit Applications" is a book for both experts and beginner programmers who want to discover this open source Java software development framework, as well as write Ajax applications. A very detailed book!" -"Massimo Nardone, Advisory IT Security Architect " Accelerate and Simplify Ajax Development with Google Web Toolkit
Get the edge you need to deliver exceptional user experiences with "Google(TM) Web Toolkit Applications, " a guidebook that provides web developers with core information and instructions for creating rich web applications. Whether you're a developer who needs to build a high-performance front end for Java, PHP, or Ruby applications, or to integrate with external web services, this resource from expert Google Web Toolkit (GWT) developer Ryan Dewsbury delivers the in-depth coverage you'll need.
In this valuable book, insider Ryan Dewsbury provides instructions for using the robust tool set and gets you on your way to creating first-class web applications by providing a comprehensive overview of GWT technology. In addition, he shares his "in-the-trenches" insights on
- Building elegant and responsive user interfaces with Cascading Style Sheets and GWT's Widgets and Panels
- Creating seamless user experiences through asynchronous communication with HTTP, REST, JSON/JSONP, and RPC Interoperating with web standards-such as XML, RSS, and Atom-and web services-such as Google Maps, Amazon Books, Yahoo! Search, Flickr, and Blogger
- Overcoming browser security restrictions, such as HTTP's two-connection limit and the Same-Origin policy
- Accelerating development, using software engineering, code generation, internationalization, application patterns, and Java tools
- Deploying for optimal performance with resource compression and caching
- Building five non-trivial applications: a gadget application with a rich drag-and-drop interface, a multi-search application that makes requests to many search engines, a blog editor application for managing entries across multiple blogs, a web-based instant messenger, and a database manager for a traditional web page
About the Author
Ryan Dewsbury is a developer, architect, and consultant who started working in C++ and Java in 1998 and has used GWT since its first release. His recent projects include developing software applications with GWT (most notably gpokr.com and kdice.com). As a consultant, Ryan helps companies develop great online user experiences using cutting-edge software.
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As I'm new to web development in general, I had to look outside this book to answer questions about CSS and other technologies, but to be fair, it provides good coverage of GWT which is what it aims to do. It's also clear about what it doesn't cover completely, but even in those cases, it give enough information to make the examples clear.
Yet, be careful that this book doesn't catch up with time, it's talking about very old GWT.