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GWT4NB 2.10.6 is NetBeans IDE 7.2 Ready!

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GWT4NB 2.10.6 is NetBeans IDE 7.2 Ready!

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For those who use GWT in NetBeans, and have not updated to NB 7.2, now you can. GWT4NB was updated to be compatible with NetBeans 7.2, and some code cleaning was done, especially the dependency to the deprecated Swing Application Framework. No new features were added for this release.

Plugin Description: The GWT4NB project aims to enable developers to take advantage of both superior support for creating Web Applications with the NetBeans IDE, and the high-powered GWT (Google Web Toolkit).

 Run GWT project w/o a server

New file with GWT options

 Setting framework in project's properties

Provided functionality includes:

  • Using GWT with new or existing Web Projects
  • Deployment, running and debugging GWT-enabled Web Apps using an arbitrary Application Server
  • Assistance to deal with some code editing nuances, such as creating RPC services efficiently
Project Home Page: http://java.net/projects/gwt4nb

 

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