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Re: [equinox-dev] Re: GWT and Equinox

I've deployed for my client a prototype application based on:
- Google Web Toolkit for client side logic
- running HttpService (Jetty), poviding compiled GWT application via http.registry
- small startup application as  Eclipse RCP app, including a browser widget which refers to localhost:8080 and GWT application

Additionally I am just preparing deployment for a hosted version, which will run on Tomcat using Servlet Bridge.
So, if you have a bundle/plugin based application, you are quite flexible in providing different deployment scenarios.

Quite simple and easy to use. All based on standard Eclipse technology and tooling, doing standard RCP product deployment for multiple platforms, creating WAR files, ...


I also recommend using the GWT Tooling from Gunnar. It is quite simple to use. It also supports GWT modules split up into different Eclipse projects, so you can structure your GWT source code along your component model.

Cheers, Jochen

(co-presenter of the short tutorials)

On 3/15/07, Gunnar Wagenknecht <gunnar@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > wrote:
Jeff McAffer wrote:
> Jeff Norris at NASA did some exploration during EclipseCon and came up
> with a solution/example for using the Google Widget Toolkit and Equinox
> together.  Seems like it is a good start for some real fun.  He put a
> page up on the wiki.  See
>         http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/Google_Web_Toolkit_and_Equinox

Interesting. We also covered this topic in our EclipseCon tutorial:
(3719) Building Server-Side Eclipse based web applications [Part 2]
http://eclipsezilla.eclipsecon.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3719
page 39-44.

You can grab the GWT Planet Eclipse Viewer examples here:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/sse-examples

Or use the project set:
http://sse-examples.cvs.sourceforge.net/*checkout*/sse-examples/net.sourceforge.sse-examples.projectsets/planeteclipse-gwt-example.psf

But I'm wondering why he had to use buddy class loading. It wasn't
necessary for the tutorial projects I created. The servlet is defined in
the bundle that has access to the classes anyway.

BTW, I highly recommend my GWT plug-in for GWT development. ;)

Cu, Gunnar

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Gunnar Wagenknecht
gunnar@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
http://wagenknecht.org/

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