In this tutorial, you'll write this simple AJAX application, StockWatcher.
Go ahead and try StockWatcher out. Add a few stock codes and see how it works.
In the process of building StockWatcher, you'll learn how GWT provides the tools for you to:
This Build a Sample GWT Application tutorial is divided into 8 sections following a typical application development cycle. Each section builds on the previous sections. In this basic implementation of StockWatcher, all functionality is coded on the client-side. Server-side coding and client/server communications are covered in other tutorials.
Google Plugin for Eclipse
GWT command-line tool webAppCreator
application style sheet
GWT methods: addStyleName, addStyleDependentName,setStyleName
automatic resource inclusion
If you have not set up your development environment with the Java SDK, a Java IDE such as Eclipse, and the latest distribution of Google Web Toolkit, do that before you begin.
You're ready to create a GWT project.