GWT in Action Review

July 23rd, 2007 - Written by Chris Fong in News

The Ajaxian has just posted their review of the book GWT in Action.

This is not the reference “bible” for GWT, though it does contain more reference material in one place than any other source so far, so you’ll have to wait for that sort of reference work. But for anyone wanting to get a jump start on GWT, start developing applications, and understand what all the fuss is about, I heartily recommend this book.

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2007-08-29 17:52:28

[...] Just saw on Slashdot another review of the book GWT in Action. The reviewer, Michael Ross is quite a bit more negative about the book than previous reviews. Although he thought the book was full of practical information, he found the book to be disjointed and disorganized. The coverage of topics is generally quite thorough, though at times verbose and redundant — particularly in Chapter 2, though it is certainly not limited to that chapter. The second and third paragraphs in Chapter 3, for instance, continue the repetitious style which is found in many places throughout the book, and likely has made it longer than necessary. [...]

 
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