Ubuntu GWT Hello World
The Linux Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How-to Quick Start with Google Web Toolkit Applications Development on Ubuntu Linux.
The Google Web Toolkit (GWT) slashes through the issues that surround multibrowser Ajax development.
The GWT provides a set of tools for communication that allow you to access server-side services written in any language,
This make it possible to integrate with frameworks such as Java-Server Faces (JSF), Spring, Struts, and Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs).
GWT provides a rich set of tools for developing Rich Internet Applications and solving the problem of moving the desktop application into the browser, including a rich set of widgets and many other tools.
GWT also provides support for the JUnit testing framework and a special hosted-mode browser that lets you develop and debug in Java without ever needing to deploy your code to a server.
Open a Command Line Terminal Window
(Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)
How-to Install GWT SDK and Tools on Ubuntu:GWT Quick-Start Guide
Make a Testing GWT Web App:
webAppCreator -out Test org.test.client.App
Check if Ant is Installed:
If Not then:
sudo apt-get install ant
Starting Local Development Jetty Server:
Do Not Click the “Open on Default Browser” Button…
Open GWT Web App on Browser at:
To Build a Regular Deployment App Run:
How-to Deploy a GWT Servelet on Apache Tomcat 7:Tomcat7 Easy Deploying