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GWT and Mvp4g tutorial – Part 1

December 4, 2010

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On the Flex side, I’ve been using RobotLegs for a while, and really started to appreciate the eventBus oriented architecture. Now, when trying out GWT, I want to do the same here. The search for suitable solution has led me to Mvp4g (http://code.google.com/p/mvp4g/). As always, the very best way of really getting the grips is […]

GWT: Developing in hosted mode with php, json and XAMPP – Part 2

November 22, 2010

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Now we are up and running with a xampp served frontend. Let’s go for a connection to php backend. Php server script 1. The php server script could be created inside the current GWT project directory, or as a separate project outside. For simplicity, we here create a server folder inside the GwtPhp project, and […]

GWT: Developing in hosted mode with php, json and XAMPP – Part 1

November 22, 2010

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When developing using Eclipse GWT plugin and hosted mode, the html files (and java server resources) are served via the plugin jetty server. This makes it really quick and easy to get going with developing java server solutions, but it doesn’t play with php out of the box. Thw GWT startup pages suggests deploying the […]

First steps in Java!

November 10, 2010

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Java is tricky, verbose and ugly. And an excellent programming language! I’ve always avoided it, with some kind of subconcious thought that I should use it, know it, that real grown-up programmers program in java. I’we been working on a music notation solution for some months. Started in AS3, while one of the goals is […]