GWToolboxWelcome to the GWToolbox project. The GWToolbox project provides a collection of modules to help developers create robust web 2.0 / Ajax applications using the Google Web Toolkit (GWT).
Current modulesCurrently the following modules are provided:
gwtoolbox-commons: A library with common utility classes which are used by other modules and can also be used by other GWT applications. This collection of utilities is largely based on common Java Open Source projects (e.g. Spring, apache commons, etc..) gwtoolbox-bean: A library that brings the power of Java bean programming to GWT applications. Constructs like PropertyDescriptor, BeanInfo, and PropertyChangeListeners can now be used and applied transparently on a simple GWT Java bean. This module also comes with bean binding and validation support.
gwtoolbox-ioc: This module bring IoC to GWT applications. Heavily based on Spring, users can now define all object/widgets/components of their GWT application within Spring application context and wire them declaratively. This is now yet another Spring-like ioc container, but rather a container that can read actual Spring configuration files. This brings along many of the power tools Spring comes with: AspectJ-like AOP support, bean life-cycle management (including lazy/eager initialization), scopes (singleton/prototype), and even Spring namespaces. Users can now create proprietary namespaces for their GWT components.
Modules in developmentThe following modules are currently in development:
gwtoolbox-widget: A set of generic model based widget classes with concrete implementations of bean backed models. These widgets/models highly depend on the gwtoolbox-bean module. Getting startedTake a look at our Getting Started Guide to get started using GWToolbox to build better GWT applications.
Quick StartTo quickly create a GWToolbox based project, you can use the following link. This will redirect you to a form which will help you create an initial maven2 project using a dedicated maven archetype:
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