What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
What's New in GWT 2.2
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GWT development with RequestFactory, cell widgets, Activities and Places

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  • Hi Anshuman, you can find sample code at http://code.google.com/p/listwidget. It uses an ActivityManager for the nav panel on the left whereas it could just listen for PlaceChange events, but should get you started. Re: activity state, you write a PlaceTokenizer for each place that serializes the state to a String that ends up in the URL. Typically the constructor of your Place will take objects representing the current state so you can call PlaceController.goTo(new Place(arg1,arg2,etc)). The PlaceTokenizer also deserializes the URL String into a Place object, which then gets passed to the ActivityMapper's getActivity(Place place) method when you can reset the state of the Activity for that Place.
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  • Hi,
    On page 47 i cannot quite understand your strategy with 2 placeChangeHandlers and 2 widgetlists each for an activitymanager. Can you kindly share sample code for the above ? I am actually quite confused with the concept of places which you have described as the bookmarkable state of an activity. Then if so how is the state of that activity restored ?
    Thanks in advance
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