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00: Google Web Toolkit - Course Introduction 7
01: Ajax and GWT 23
02: Getting Started With GWT 21
03: GWT User Interfaces 15
04: Core GWT Widgets 21
05: Organizing User Interfaces in GWT 24
06: Event Handling in GWT 17
07: Using Images in GWT 22
08: Executing Hosted vs. Web Mode in GWT 26
09: History and Bookmarks in GWT 18
10: The Pizza Purchasing Project Domain in GWT 14
11: GWT Utility Classes 22
12: RPC Protocol in GWT 15
Course Survey
Total: 4 hours 5 minutes

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Description

This Google Web Toolkit (GWT) online training course provides a foundation in developing front-end modules with GWT widgets, panels, events, and other mechanisms. This course will show you how to use and organize the user interfaces, work with image handling, history, bookmarks, and evaluate best practices.

Prerequisites

Students should have:

  • Taken Java 6 Part 1 and 2 or Java 5 Parts 1 and 2
  • Basic understanding of HTML, CSS, JavaScript and their relationships
  • Some foundation in widget-based Form development using events
  • Basic knowledge of HTTP protocol would be beneficial

 

Objectives

As a result of taking this Google Web Toolkit online training course, you will be able to:

  • Define the Google Web Toolkit (GWT)
  • Get started with GWT
  • Describe the GWT User Interfaces
  • Organize the GWT User Interfaces
  • Explain GWT Event Handling
  • Explain GWT Image Handling
  • Work with History and Bookmarks
  • Examine GWT Utility Classes
  • Identify more about GWT User Interfaces
  • Test and Debug GWT modules in GWT
  • Describe GWT Java Emulation
  • Analyze GWT Best Practices

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Prerequisites

Students should have:

  • Taken Java 6 Part 1 and 2 or Java 5 Parts 1 and 2
  • Basic understanding of HTML, CSS, JavaScript and their relationships
  • Some foundation in widget-based Form development using events
  • Basic knowledge of HTTP protocol would be beneficial

 

Google Web Toolkit Outline

Module 00: Google Web Toolkit - Course Introduction

Module 01: Ajax and GWT

  • Ajax Emergence
  • Ajax Challenges
  • Motivations Behind GWT
  • GWT Solution
  • What is GWT?
  • Exercise: Building a Sample Application


Module 02: Getting Started with GWT

  • Getting Started with GWT
  • Setup GWT Environment
  • Creating a Project
  • A GWT Project Structure
  • Hosted vs. Web Mode
  • Exercise: Designing the Application


Module03: GWT User Interfaces

  • GWT User Interfaces
  • A Basic User Interface
  • GWT Module Entry Point
  • Creating and Configuring Widgets
  • Laying Out Your Widgets
  • Using the RootPanel
  • Basic Styling
  • Modifying GWT Code
  • Exercise: Building the User Interface


Module 04: Core GWT Widgets

  • GWT Widgets
  • Button Widget
  • GWT Hperlinks
  • Text Widgets
  • Selection Widgets
  • Listing Widgets
  • Widget Behavior
  • Configuring Widgets
  • Exercise: Managing Events on the Client


Module 05: Organizing User Interfaces in GWT

  • GTW Layouts
  • Organizing Widgets into Panels
  • Various GWT Layouts
  • FlowingPanel Layout
  • DockingPanel Layout
  • Using FlexTable
  • Using Grid
  • Using PupupPanel
  • Dialog Boxes
  • The Disclosure Panel
  • Exercise: Coding Functionality on the Client


Module 06: Event Handling in GWT

  • Event Handling in GWT
  • GWT Event Model
  • Using Event Listeners
  • Listener Adapters
  • Types of Events
  • Keyboard Events
  • Mouse Events
  • Tab Events
  • Table Cell Events
  • Browser Differences
  • Exercise: Debugging a GWT Application


Module 07: Using Images in GWT

  • Using Images in GWT
  • GWT Image Widget
  • Prefetching Images
  • Using Image Bundles
  • Exercise: Applying Styles


Module 08: Executing Hosted vs. Web Mode in GWT

  • Hosted vs. Web Mode in GWT
  • Page Loading Steps in Hosted Mode
  • Running in Web Mode
  • GWT Generated Files
  • Obfuscation in GWT Generated Files
  • GWT Deployment
  • Exercise: Compiling a GWT Application


Module 09: History and Bookmarks in GWT

  • History and Bookmarks in GWT Ajax
  • Creating Bookmarked Pages
  • The History Token
  • The History Listener
  • Reacting to Back and Forward Buttons
  • Exercise: Image Bundles and Image Resources


Module 10: The Pizza Purchasing Project Domain in GWT

  • Pizza Purchasing Project (P3) in GWT
  • Exercise: Pizza Purchasing Project (P3)


Module 11: GWT Utility Classes

  • GWT Utility Classes
  • GWT Cookies
  • GWT Random Class
  • Animation in GWT
  • Uploading Files in GWT
  • The GWT Window Class
  • The GWT Location Class
  • The GWT Timer Class
  • Exercise: Implementing a Cloud Computing-Based Service-Oriented Architecture from a Business Perspective


Module 12: RPC Protocol in GWT

  • RPC Protocol in GWT
  • Why a New Protocol?
  • Placing Code Components
  • RemoteService Interface
  • RemoteServiceServlet Interface
  • The AsynchCallback Interface
  • RPC Events
  • Exercise: How to Implement GWT from a Technical Perspective

 

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System Requirements

Hardware:

  • Windows Vista, XP, 2000 or later or Mac OS X 10.4 or later or Linux with GTK (GIMP Toolkit) 2.21 or later
  • Minimum 10 GB free disk space before intallation
  • Minimum 1 GB RAM

Software:

  • Java 2 Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.5 or later

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