The Google Web Toolkit is a powerful framework for developing Rich Internet Applications (RIA) that need to communicate with a server to provide a responsive web application. The library contains a large set of standard graphical elements ('widgets'), and there is also the capability to create and re-use your own customised ones. Advanced features, such as Internationalisation are supported. The framework allows JUnit testing.
The course is designed for web developers who intend to use the Google Web Toolkit to write Rich Internet Applications with a Java-based framework.
At the end of this course you will be able to:
Module 1: Introduction to Google Web Toolkit
Module 2: Writing a GWT Application
Module 3: GWT Widgets
Module 4: Communicating with the Server using AJAX
Module 5: Customising Widgets
Module 7: Testing GWT Applications
Module 8: Internationalisation and Accessibility Features
Module 9: Further GWT APIs