One of the masterminds behind the GWT+Spring scaffolding support in MyEclipse for Spring wrote this article that describes the design philosophy and the GWT application architecture. The article includes some great sample Java/GWT code and a great explanation of how all the pieces fit together. As it turns out, it's not magic after all.

Read the full article at DZone

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Posted on Aug 12th 2010