FWIW A couple of years ago we decided to move away from GWT and move
to react+mobx+typescript under the assumption we could produce apps
faster. After several months in that world, we came back to the GWT
world. Mostly this was due to productivity.
Except for some legacy applications we don't use classes from the GWT
runtime and instead use react and arez (a mobx alternative) - which is
much more productive. We still have somewhat slow refresh times for
large apps but our prototyping with J2CL seemed to indicate even that
would go away and in fact, be faster than the equivalent in JS land
(!). JS still has the advantage of a larger set of libraries and
framework-specific speed Improvements (i.e. hot reloading in react) we
certainly have no interest in going back ;)
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