Bruce works for Google on the GWT but a little research has shown that he previously worked on the AppForge MobileStudio project which I used a long, long time ago.
But that is besides the point, back to business.
He started off by reiterating some of the risks that go with a
The GWT is only available to Java as it cross-compiles Java to the
Programming in Java enables you to use all the debugging and rich IDE (Eclipse, Sun Studio and others) to develop and GTW provides a GWT Host Browser to run / test your applications. The host will go to great lengths to ensure that it resembles the real thing as it eventually will run in the user’s browser.
In the usability department, something that I consider very important if you are doing
The GWT also has the Back button problem and Browser History problem with
In fact, one thing that distinguished the GWT from other