A link to an example of GWT application: hucourse – a class viewer on googlecode.com. Advertisements
GWT client development can be done simply with the original NetBeans IDE, without the special GWT4NB add-on. The add-on is more for development involving the server side. As a client-only GWT tool, it improves the development productivity greatly.
GWT AJAX connects to third-party JSON web service avoiding the restriction of the same-origin-policy: a terminology is called JSONP.
Based on a MDN page, this code snippet writes “data” into a file named “data.txt” in the firefox profile directory. (More snippets are on a separate page).
Update Aug 16, 2011: The latest Firefox is not working with JDK plugin either way. I’m going to figure out how and update this post at a later time. On Linux it looks the old plugin library libjavaplugin_oji.so is no … Continue reading