Ubuntu GWT Hello World
You are Welcome! The 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 potential 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 UbuntuGWT 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