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The Liberty profile server is built by using OSGi technology and concepts. Appendix A presents the solutions to the programming exercises that appear near the end of Chapters 1 through Explains the features of Mason, a Perl-based template for building Web sites, and discusses how to use Mason's components to streamline web site design and simplify maintenance.
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Chapter 3 focuses on the more advanced language features related to nested classes, packages, static imports, exceptions, assertions, annotations, generics, and enums. Appendixes A and B are bundled with the book's associated code file at the Apress website http: A guide to ActionScript covers such topics as runtime, color, drawing, masking, arrays, movie clips, strings, and sound. You will appreciate having learned about XML in Chapter 10 before diving into this chapter.
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Appendix A presents the solutions to the programming exercises that appear near the end of Chapters 1 through Each recipe also includes explanations of how and why the approach works, so you can adapt the techniques to similar situations. GWT in Action is a comprehensive tutorial for Java developers interested in building the next generation of rich, web-based applications.
GWT enables developers to create Ajax applications in Java.
With GWT, you can build your applications using a real object-oriented language and take advantage of Java tools like Eclipse that are already available. Instead of trying to bring tool support to Ajax, Google brought Ajax to a place where the tools already existed. GWT in Action shows you how to take advantage of these exciting new tools. This clearly-written book is packed with hands-on GWT examples. GWT in Action shows you how to set up your development environment, use and create widgets, communicate with the server, and much more.
Readers will follow an example running throughout the book and quickly master the basics of GWT: The book covers the full development cycle, from setting up your development environment, to building the application, then deploying it to the web server.
The entire core GWT library is discussed, with details and examples on how it can be extended. Robert also maintains a blog at http: GWT in Action. Robert Hanson and Adam Tacy. Table of Contents detailed table of contents.
Introducing GWT 1. A walk through GWT. Building your first GWT application. Creating the default application 2. The GWT application development lifecycle. Stage 1: Creating a GWT application. Advancing to your own application 3. Describing the application example. Stage 2: Developing your application. Stage 3: Testing and debugging in hosted mode. Implementing application logging. Working with widgets 4.