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Weekly GWT Links 5/31/08

May 31st, 2008 - Written by Chris Fong in News

Of course the big news this week was the announcement of GWT 1.5 RC 1, but here were some of the other GWT related happenings for the week.

  • GwtQuery 0.1 alpha released
    This is Ray Cromwell’s jQuery-like API written in GWT. It is only a partial implementation and not deployable but you can examine the source. Version 0.2 should be out on Monday.
  • Rocket GWT 0.50 released
    From the changelog, looks like this is just a minor release.
  • GWT meeting in Paris
    Didier Girard is setting up a GWT meeting in Paris which will include a half day of training. It’s scheduled for June 4th, so if you happen to in France, check it out.
  • GWT library landscape after the Ext JS license change
    Psyho has posted an opinion piece on his blog about the state of GWT’s widget libraries.

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