Google I/O 2009 – Best Practices for Architecting GWT App

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Google I/O 2009 – Google Web Toolkit Architecture: Best Practices For Architecting Your GWT App Ray Ryan Google Web Toolkit provides the infrastructure you need to build a high performance web application and leaves the architecture open to fit your needs. Learn from others who have gone before. In this session we’ll discuss best practices that real web applications are using to achieve high performance event handling, UI creation, and more. For presentation slides and all I/O sessions, please go to: code.google.com/events/io/sessions.html

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25 Responses to “Google I/O 2009 – Best Practices for Architecting GWT App”

  1. youpicotube Says:

    Volume could be little higher, I can barely hear the guy unless i use headpohones.

  2. DartGreene Says:

    It is not that massive I thought 😉

  3. slugmandrew Says:

    It took until 44:20 for me to realise he has a massive earring! Great talk though. Thanks Ray.

  4. varbalazs Says:

    @djongo123 code.google.com/webtoolkit/articles/mvp-architecture.html

  5. Ch4rli3Brown Says:

    Well if your asking for the sample code, I actually have found this in code . google . com / webtoolkit/articles / mvp-architecture . html

  6. jp3d2k Says:

    @PearlJammer07 it was just another little experimental side project google put together. It worked for some people but the audience was not big enough to make it worth their trouble to maintain. I’ve read that some of the people who were answering questions there moved to an independent service called uclue.

  7. PearlJammer07 Says:

    I would like to know why Google Info and Answers were retired? Both services were very helpful to me and my family.

  8. SmoothG88 Says:

    I Love Apps, i know an App that will SAVE you TIME & MONEY and its FREE

  9. dlitefull Says:

    starting at 15:35 blew my mind

  10. Mokbii Says:

    @photophobiaProject Thanks~ U’re answer

  11. photophobiaProject Says:

    @Mokbii google webtoolkit, next time just google it

  12. Mokbii Says:

    What’s mean GWT???

  13. SiliconIsuru Says:

    @fandyst Try to translate

  14. comzine Says:

    I like this presentation especially cause of the introduction to the EventBus.
    That was new for me. Is there anywhere a working sample code based on this video tutorial?

  15. BCEMCOCATb Says:

    If someone could help me finding the whole source code for the example shown in this presentation, I would be thankful!

    P.S. I liked the presentation, thanks!

  16. yaroukh Says:

    damn this guy is funny and super-smart but i wouldn’t want him to be my professor 😛

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    Great to see Burn Notice back. Just saw it online at lastnightstvshows (.) com

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  19. fandyst Says:

    Is there any chinese version tutorial

  20. PickyMsn Says:

    I removed mine too, it was useless now 🙂

  21. fitimio001 Says:

    I agree, i have removed my comment.

  22. Arminos77771 Says:

    everyone interested in printable and readable version of this conference, please look extgwt-mvp4g-gae on blogspot

  23. Arminos77771 Says:

    please, look for mvp4g

  24. djongo123 Says:

    how can i get the sampe code ? has anyone made it run ?

  25. gruchajol Says:

    Final fields are serialized. Transient no.

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