Google App Engine Java and GWT Application Development
Google Application Engine is a cloud computing technology that lets you run web applications that are easy to build and maintain as well as being scaled and load-balanced automatically. To build interesting and interactive web applications developers are turning to Java. However, building and deploying scalable web applications using Google Web Toolkit and Google App Engine for Java can be challenging even to developers. The start to finish approach of this book helps you meet these challenges.
Packed with great examples and clear explanations, you will be able to build your own web applications that are scalable and reliable using GAE and GWT with Java.
|Course Length||14 hours 24 minutes|
|Date Of Publication||24 Nov 2010|
|Installing the (first version of) the project in Eclipse|
|AJAX and its benefits|
|Why AJAX apps are the way forward|
|Challenges associated with AJAX programming and how GWT solves them|
|Google Web Toolkit overview—modern tools for modern developers|
|Building the application—the user interface|
|Grouping CSS files and images for faster speed with ClientBundle|
|Getting data from the server using GWT RPC|