Development With GWT
GWT applications can be run in two modes:
- Development mode (formerly Hosted mode): The application is run as Java bytecode within the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). This mode is typically used for development, supporting hot swapping of code and debugging.
Several open-source plugins are available for making GWT development easier with other IDEs. E.g., GWT4NB for NetBeans, Cypal Studio for GWT, Eclipse and JDeveloper etc. The Google Plugin for Eclipse handles most GWT related tasks in the IDE, including creating projects, invoking the GWT compiler, creating GWT launch configurations, validations, syntax highlighting, etc.
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