I'm just starting out on a similar project and am feeling exactly the
Should I use gwt platform or Activity/Places?
(I think I've decided on gwt platform because there are good examples
Should I use UIBinder or GWT Designer?
(I think I'll use GWT Designer for the moment because it looks to be
Should I use GWT-RPC or RequestFactory or something else (RestyGWT
not sure at all... I'd like to use RequestFactory but haven't found
any complete non-GAE non-Spring examples yet.
I don't think there would be any problem with you using Gin in
conjunction with Spring. It looks to be purely client side and a lot
more light weight than Spring to boot.
On Dec 30 2011, 1:34 pm, João Peixoto <joao.harti...@gmail.com
> Hello everyone
> Just to clarify, this post is not a technical question, it's more me
> putting out there my concerns and hoping for guidance (not work to be
> done for me), so that is out of the way.
> Note: I read documentation, so i'm not talking in the dark completely.
> My objective: I want to learn this new technologies: Spring Framework
> (server-side) and GWT (client-side). I have done some projects with
> Spring already, so that is tackled.
> So now i started exploring GWT. Integration between GWT and Spring
> seems to be very simplified with RequestFactory. I haven't played with
> it yet but I already found a couple of articles about it. Should it be
> a separate project from the Spring one? It makes sense to be, but then
> where do I deploy GWT? To the Spring webapp/WEB-INF folder? (This
> might be a question for Spring forums)
> Now comes pure GWT. First the design pattern MVP. I know it but never
> used it. I read about it and I saw the "Large scale application
> development and MVP" example. The feeling I get is that it requires an
> awful lot of code to build the simplest app. I understand that "large
> scale" and "enterprise ready" key works implies a certain level of
> complexity, but nevertheless, I feel overwhelmed.
> There seem to be a couple of frameworks built on top of GWT that ease
> this issue, namelygwt platform, but are they a solution? My