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JavaScript Frameworks for Desktop & Mobile. Build HTML5 Apps for Any Browser. Java Component UI Library for Google Web Toolkit. What is Sencha GXT Sencha GXT is the fastest, most powerful way to create rich web-based applications using Java.

Java Component UI Library for Google Web Toolkit

Sencha GXT uses the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) compiler that allows you to write your applications in Java and compile your code into highly optimized cross-browser HTML5 and JavaScript. Sencha GXT takes GWT to the next level, giving you high-performance widgets, feature-rich templates and layouts, advanced charting, data loaders and stores, and much more. Templates and Layout Managers To help you organize the display of data and content, Sencha GXT includes templates with advanced features such as autofilling arrays. High-Performance UI Widgets Sencha GXT provides a comprehensive library of high-performance data widgets that are fully themed and customizable. Professional Documentation, Training and Support Our learning resources and API documentation are comprehensive, detailed and regularly maintained. Web Application Development with Sencha Ext JS Framework.

Thinking of U and I - vaadin.com. Vaadin. Features[edit] Vaadin uses Google Web Toolkit for rendering the resulting web page.

Vaadin

While the way Vaadin uses Google Web Toolkit could lead to trust issues – it only operates client-side (i.e., in a web browser's JavaScript engine) – Vaadin adds server-side data validation to all actions. This means that if the client data is tampered with, the server notices this and doesn't allow it.

Vaadin's default component set can be extended with custom GWT widgets and themed with CSS. Vaadin applications can be deployed as Java servlets for any Java web server, including Google App Engine. Browsers compatibility[edit] Vaadin 7 supports the following browsers: Android 2.3 or newerGoogle Chrome 23 or newerInternet Explorer 8 or neweriOS 5,6,7 or newerMozilla Firefox 17 or newerOpera 12 or newerSafari 6 or newer Vaadin 6 supports the following browsers: Mozilla Firefox 3–21Internet Explorer 6–9Safari 4–5Opera 10–12Google Chrome 13–21iOS 4–5Android 2–4 History[edit] On Mar 4, 2013, Vaadin 7 was released.

Plug-in for Eclipse - vaadin.com. The easiest way to get started with Vaadin development is to install the Vaadin Plug-in for Eclipse.

Plug-in for Eclipse - vaadin.com

You don't need to download or install anything else but the plug-in to your Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers (Ganymede or newer) to start development. Learn more about the features. Download and install To install the plugin: Select Install New Software... from the Help -menu Add new update site: Eclipse 3.5 and newer: Eclipse 3.4: Visual Designer not available in the Eclipse 3.4 version.

Alternatively you can install the Vaadin Plug-in for Eclipse from the Eclipse Marketplace or you can download an offline installation package for Vaadin 6 from the Directory. If you are looking for the latest nightly build version of the plug-in, you can use update site. Plug-in Features Create compositions with the visual designer You can create a CustomComponent based compositions and edit them with the visual designer tool included with the plug-in.