Google Web Toolkit
Google Web Toolkit GWT Training Course
- Life Before Ajax
- What, Why and How of AJAX
- Overview of XMLHttpRequest, DOM
- Basic Ajax Techniques
The GWT Framework
- Installing GWT
- Your First GWT Application
- Integration with IDEs
- Running and Debugging
- Hosted Mode and Web Mode
Organizing GWT Projects
- Directory and Package Layout
- Libraries, Modules and XML Configuration
- Entry Point Classes
- Inheriting Modules
- Including External Resources
GWT and Java
- Anatomy of the GWT Compiler
- Java Language and Library
- Delayed Logic Classes
- JSON and Overlay Types
- Deferred Binding
GWT User Interfaces
- HTML and Entry Point
- Standard GWT Widgets
- GWT Panels
- Creating new Panels
Events and Handlers
- Standard Browser Events
- Handling Other Events Types
- Drag and Drop
Advanced UI Topics
- Creating Custom Widgets
- Composite Widgets
- Creating Composite Widgets
- Internationalizing Strings
- Locales and Property Files
- Accessibility Support
- Making Widgets Accessible
- History Tokens and Bookmarks
- The Back Button Override
Server Side Considerations
- Making RPC calls
- Creating Services
- Synchronous and Asynchronous Interfaces
- Handling and Throwing Exceptions
- Debugging and Testing Services
- Deploying on Application Servers, Google App Engine
Comprehensive Google Web Toolkit Training Course Goals
- Understand the challenges of Ajax programming and how GWT addresses them.
- Learn about GWT infrastructure, projects and code artifacts.
- Learn to use GWT widgets, panels, images, events, listeners to build Ajax forms.
- Learn to use GWT Utility and framework classes.
- Learn to incorporate history and bookmarks in your front-ends.
- Learn about GWT’s RPC protocol and how to use it.
- Learn to create and use modules in GWT, own or external.
- Learn to use advanced panels, more widgets, trees in GWT.
- Learn to use RichTextArea for styled editing in GWT.
- Learn to use CSS styling of GWT Widgets.
- Learn to develop own composite widgets.
- Learn to develop and execute tests and benchmarks in GWT.
- Discover the GWT’s Java Emulator, its capabilities and limitations.
- Learn to use GWT’s DOM management.
- Learn to use JSON within GWT.
- Learn to retrieve and show external URLs in GWT forms.
- Learn advanced connectivity mechanisms, polling and related concepts.
- Learn some best practices on performance and avoiding pit falls.