Archive for the tag "gwt"Scott Selikoff
This article provides a solution for creating a TextField with bounded user input in Sencha GXT (aka Ext GWT), for use in GWT applications. The Problem Recently, I was looking for a way to limit the amount of text a user could enter on an HTML form within a GXT application – for example, limiting […]
Our slides from TheServerSide Java Symposium are now available online for a limited time! You can view the presentations below, or click on the title link to view/download them on slideshare. 1. GWT Roundup: An Overview of Google’s Web Toolkit and Hybrid Integration, presented by Scott Selikoff. 2. Throw Away All The Rules. Now What […]
Posted: 23 March, 2011 in Conferences, Java/Java EE.
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Live blogging from TheServerSide Java Symposium again, this time with Matt Raible, who is giving a presentation entitled “Comparing JVM Web Frameworks”. He began his talk taking feedback from the audience on what frameworks people are using, with one humerous dialogue that proceeded as follows: “How many people are using Struts 1?”. One gentleman raises […]