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Google Web Toolkit      (GWT)           by     Sherif Elsbaey
AGENDA Introducing GWT Discover the GWTs benefits, capabilities  and limitations Building User Interface     GWT Widget...
AGENDA   Client-Side RPC Architecture       GWT RPC       Serializable type       Handling Exception   Create, develop, ...
AGENDA   GWT Best Practices       Security Issues       Performance Concerns       The GWT Incremental-command class     ...
Introducing GWT
WHAT IS GWT? Java software development framework that makes writing AJAX applications easy   Google announced GWT at the J...
GWT SDK & TOOLS GWT SDK: contains Java API libraries, compiler, development server and tools Plugin for Eclipse: provides ...
TWO MODES OF RUNNING GWT APPDevelopment mode (hosted mode)  GWT application is run as Java bytecode within JVM  Take advan...
Discover the GWTsbenefits, capabilities and        limitations
BENEFITS   Develop Rich Web Apps, utilize client CPUs   GWT is ultimate Ajax   Take advantage from rich built-in Widget...
CAPABILITIES   Java-based Object-Oriented designs are easier to communicate    and understand.   Take advantage of Java ...
LIMITATIONS   Not all of JDK supported (enough for large projects though)   JSON is not as natural as in JS, parsing is ...
GWT VS ?
GWT ARCHITECTURE OVERVIEW
Building User Interface
GWT USER INTERFACE   GWT user interface classes are similar to those    in existing UI frameworks such as Swing and    SW...
WIDGETS LIBRARY
WIDGETS LIBRARY
WIDGETS LIBRARY
WIDGETS LIBRARY
EVENT HANDLER   Events in GWT use the handler model    similar to other user interface frameworks      A handler interfac...
EVENT HANDLER         Examplepublic void anonClickHandlerExample() {    Button b = new Button("Click Me");    b.addClickH...
APPLY STYLES GWT applications use CSS for visual  styling Update styles dynamically in Java code Associate style sheets...
Client-Side RPC Architecture
GWT REMOTE PROCEDURE CALL   Mechanism for interacting with server by invoking a    method      Ex: fetching data from ser...
GWT-RPC DIAGRAM                • Calls greetingService.greetserver(“Ron”)Browser         • Client-side code serializes obj...
GWT-RPC DIAGRAM Browser                                    HTTP/1.1 200 OK                                    ..snip..    ...
GWT RPC PLUMBING ARCHITECTURE
IMPLEMENTING GWT RPC   Define an interface for your service that extends    RemoteService and lists all RPC method       ...
SERIALIZABLE TYPES   GWT RPC method parameters and return types must be    serializable      These values will be transmi...
HANDLING EXCEPTION   Making RPCs opens up the possibility of a variety    of errors      Networks fail, servers crash, an...
Create, develop, execute and  deploy GWT Applications
History management
GWT HISTORY MECHANISMGWT applications use “history token” to help Ajaxdeveloper activate browser history   The token will ...
Internationalization
INTERNATIONALIZATIONGWT offers multiple internationalization techniques   Static String Internationalization   Dynamic Str...
JUnit Testing
JUNIT TESTING GWT provides integration with the popular JUnit unit testing framework GWT allows JUnit test cases to run in...
Javascript Native Interface (JSNI)
WHY JSNI?Sometimes its very useful to mix handwritten Javascript to Javasource code   Ex: access low-level browser functio...
RESOURCEShttp://code.google.com/webtoolkit/   Main site for GWThttp://googlewebtoolkit.blogspot.com/http://developerlife.com
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  1. 1. Google Web Toolkit (GWT) by Sherif Elsbaey
  2. 2. AGENDA Introducing GWT Discover the GWTs benefits, capabilities and limitations Building User Interface GWT Widgets Event handling Apply styles
  3. 3. AGENDA Client-Side RPC Architecture GWT RPC Serializable type Handling Exception Create, develop, execute and deploy GWT Applications History management Internationalization JUnit Testing Javascript Native Interface (JSNI)
  4. 4. AGENDA GWT Best Practices Security Issues Performance Concerns The GWT Incremental-command class Caching in GWT GWT Design Considerations GWT Pitfalls and Issues
  5. 5. Introducing GWT
  6. 6. WHAT IS GWT? Java software development framework that makes writing AJAX applications easy Google announced GWT at the JavaOne 2006 Let you develop and debug AJAX applications in the Java language using Java development tools Eclipse, Netbeans, IntelliJ, … Provides Java-to-Javascript compiler and development mode that helps you debug your GWT applications
  7. 7. GWT SDK & TOOLS GWT SDK: contains Java API libraries, compiler, development server and tools Plugin for Eclipse: provides IDE support for GWT and App Engine web projects Some other tools: GWT Designer Speed Tracer
  8. 8. TWO MODES OF RUNNING GWT APPDevelopment mode (hosted mode) GWT application is run as Java bytecode within JVM Take advantage of Java debuggingProduction mode (web mode) Your GWT application is run as pure Javascript and HTML compiled from original Java source code End user will only see the web mode version of your application
  9. 9. Discover the GWTsbenefits, capabilities and limitations
  10. 10. BENEFITS Develop Rich Web Apps, utilize client CPUs GWT is ultimate Ajax Take advantage from rich built-in Widgets Build new generation of distributed apps GWT transmits a tiny fraction of data compared to traditional applications (should really be compared to real contenders – Java Applets/Flex/Silverlight) Leverage various tools of Java programming for writing, debugging, testing Ex: Eclipse, IntelliJ, Netbeans, … No need to take care of browser incompatibilities and quirks GWT compiler handles them Support browser history, backward, forward
  11. 11. CAPABILITIES Java-based Object-Oriented designs are easier to communicate and understand. Take advantage of Java refactoring, code completion, ... No need to write “excellent” Javascript code Leverage your Java programming knowledge JUnit integration Internationalization DOM management
  12. 12. LIMITATIONS Not all of JDK supported (enough for large projects though) JSON is not as natural as in JS, parsing is clunky
  13. 13. GWT VS ?
  14. 14. GWT ARCHITECTURE OVERVIEW
  15. 15. Building User Interface
  16. 16. GWT USER INTERFACE GWT user interface classes are similar to those in existing UI frameworks such as Swing and SWT. GWT widgets are rendered using dynamically-created HTML rather than pixel-oriented graphics The Widget classes make it easier to quickly build interfaces that will work correctly on all browsers.
  17. 17. WIDGETS LIBRARY
  18. 18. WIDGETS LIBRARY
  19. 19. WIDGETS LIBRARY
  20. 20. WIDGETS LIBRARY
  21. 21. EVENT HANDLER Events in GWT use the handler model similar to other user interface frameworks A handler interface defines one or more methods that the widget calls to announce an event A class wishing to receive events of a particular type implements the associated handler interface and then passes a reference to itself to the widget to subscribe to a set of events.
  22. 22. EVENT HANDLER Examplepublic void anonClickHandlerExample() { Button b = new Button("Click Me"); b.addClickHandler(new ClickHandler() { public void onClick(ClickEvent event) { // handle the click event } });}
  23. 23. APPLY STYLES GWT applications use CSS for visual styling Update styles dynamically in Java code Associate style sheets with the project Using a <link> tag in the host HTML page. Using the <stylesheet> element in the module XML file
  24. 24. Client-Side RPC Architecture
  25. 25. GWT REMOTE PROCEDURE CALL Mechanism for interacting with server by invoking a method Ex: fetching data from server GWT RPC makes it easy for the client and server to pass Java objects back and forth over HTTP provides serialization mechanism to bridge between client and server Any object that needs to send is a GWT Serialization type Proper use of GWT RPC can allow you to develop an application where all the UI logic resides on the client, leaving business logic on the server) Resulting in an application with greatly improved performance, reduced bandwidth, and reduced web server load
  26. 26. GWT-RPC DIAGRAM • Calls greetingService.greetserver(“Ron”)Browser • Client-side code serializes objects and generates RPC request payload • RPC Request is sent to the server POST /sample HTTP/1.1 ..snip.. 5|0|6|http://gwtsite/sample/|29F 4EA1240F157649C12466F01 F46F60|com.test.client.Greetin gService|greetServer|java.lang .String|myInput|1|2|3|4|1|5|6| GWT Service
  27. 27. GWT-RPC DIAGRAM Browser HTTP/1.1 200 OK ..snip.. //OK[1,["Hello, Ron!<br><br>I am running jetty-6.1.x.<br><br>It looks like you are using:<br> Chrome/6.0.472.63"],0,5]• Parses and deserializes the request payload• Executes the greetingServer method• Sends JSON serialized response to the client GWT Service
  28. 28. GWT RPC PLUMBING ARCHITECTURE
  29. 29. IMPLEMENTING GWT RPC Define an interface for your service that extends RemoteService and lists all RPC method called “Synchronous Interface” Implement the service at server-side This class extends RemoteServiceServlet and implement the created interface Define an asynchronous interface to your service to be called from the client-side code Based on original service interface Require caller to pass callback object that can be notified when async call completes.
  30. 30. SERIALIZABLE TYPES GWT RPC method parameters and return types must be serializable These values will be transmitted across network between client and server Java data types are already serializable Primitive, such as char, byte, short, int, long, boolean, float, or double. String, Date or primitive wrapper: Character, Integer, Byte, Double, … Array of serializable types Serializable user-defined class
  31. 31. HANDLING EXCEPTION Making RPCs opens up the possibility of a variety of errors Networks fail, servers crash, and problems occur while processing a server call GWT lets you handle these conditions in terms of Java exceptions Caller should implement AsyncCallBack.onFailure(Throwable) to handle exception
  32. 32. Create, develop, execute and deploy GWT Applications
  33. 33. History management
  34. 34. GWT HISTORY MECHANISMGWT applications use “history token” to help Ajaxdeveloper activate browser history The token will be saved in browser history as a URL fragment Ex: http://www.example.com/historyexample/HistoryExample.html#page 1To enable history to your Ajax Add a history token to the history stack when you want to enable history event Create an object that implements the ValueChangeHandler interface, parses new token and changes the application state to match
  35. 35. Internationalization
  36. 36. INTERNATIONALIZATIONGWT offers multiple internationalization techniques Static String Internationalization Dynamic String InternationalizationStatic String Internationalization Extends Constants Interface Extends Message Interface Use properties filesDynamic String Internationalization
  37. 37. JUnit Testing
  38. 38. JUNIT TESTING GWT provides integration with the popular JUnit unit testing framework GWT allows JUnit test cases to run in either development mode or production mode.
  39. 39. Javascript Native Interface (JSNI)
  40. 40. WHY JSNI?Sometimes its very useful to mix handwritten Javascript to Javasource code Ex: access low-level browser functionality not exposed by the GWT APIYou can use JSNI to: Implement a Java method directly in JavaScript Wrap type-safe Java method signatures around existing JavaScript Call from JavaScript code into Java code and vice-versa Throw exceptions across Java/JavaScript boundaries Read and write Java fields from JavaScript Use development mode to debug both Java source (with a Java debugger) and JavaScript (with a script debugger)
  41. 41. RESOURCEShttp://code.google.com/webtoolkit/ Main site for GWThttp://googlewebtoolkit.blogspot.com/http://developerlife.com
  42. 42. Question & Answer
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