Ease your Ajax Web Application Development with GWT Ajax Framework

If you want to develop high performance Ajax Web Applications with the use of Java then GWT is the open source Ajax Web Development framework for you. When using the Google Web Toolkit Framework you are allowed to write the front end code of your web app in Java and after that you can compile this source code into web browser compatible HTML and JavaScript  which is highly optimized. Nowadays writing web applications is a real complex and error prone task as near about 90% of the time is spent in working around with various modern  web browser quirks and as well the lack of Modularity in JavaScript makes reuse of Ajax Components, sharing and testing of Ajax Components much more difficult and flimsy. However with the Google Web Toolkit Ajax Framework it need not be this way. GWT Ajax Framework will make easy for developers who do not  speak web browser quirks as a second language  to develop Ajax Applications similar to Gmail or Google Maps.

Rather than having to waste time I  solving the incompatibilities between various platforms and web browsers you can  use the GWT framework and resolve all these headaches so that you have a standard complaint experience when developing apps through this framework.

GWT

The rapid maturing and public debut of the GWT framework has grabbed the attention of all the frameworks which facilitate web app development and all the myriad tools in particular the ones that are written with the use of Ajax Asynchronous , XML and JavaScript.

With  GWT your Java Code will be compiled into JavaScript and HTML i.e. Ajax . We all know that making use of Ajax Applications is a great pleasure but when it comes to their support and maintenance in large projects it is not that easy but now with the Google Web Toolkit Framework you can be relived of the entire pain of Ajax Application development.

Google Web Toolkit Ajax Framework

How does Google Web Toolkit make Ajax Web Development Simpler?

  • GWT makes use of rich java tool set such as Maven, jUnit ,Eclipse, Ant and Netbeans.
  • The server side of this framework is based on the Servlets technology that is there is embedded Tomcat in the Install.
  • You have got the developer momentum with GWT.
  • You can develop with Java which is compiled to JavaScript.
  • It is easy to test as most of the cross browser compatibility issues are resolved.

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