Google Wave: Powered by GWT Adam Schuck -- Contents -- 2:10 - Outline 3:41 - Wave UI requirements 5:05 - Demo: Google Wave client 5:49 - To GWT or not to GWT? 10:57 - Client architecture 13:04 - Supported Browsers 13:53 - Evolution of GWT 15:30 - GWT: I have to write how much code? 16:45 - GWT: Cross-browser CSS 19:42 - GWT: JSON handling 20:58 - GWT: Debugging in Eclipse 22:36 - Demo: Out-of-process Hosted Mode 24:26 - GWT: Distribute as a CD-ROM? 27:30 - GWT: Where's all the JS coming from? 28:47 - Demo: Story of your Compile 33:08 - GWT changes summarised 34:19 - Improving Gears 36:08 - Performance 40:37 - Mobile client 43:33 - Demo: iPhone + Android client 46:28 - Testability 47:52 - UI testing with WebDriver 49:50 - Demo: WebDriver 53:21 - Summary 54:02 - Q&A -- End -- This talk follows the Google Wave team's experience building the Google Wave client using Google Web Toolkit (GWT). We'll cover some recent advances in GWT which enabled Google Wave to look and feel like a desktop application with comparable performance. In addition, we will discuss the use of WebDriver (an automated web testing tool) which is integral to the project's success. For presentation slides and all I/O sessions, please go to: code.google.com/events/io/sessions.html
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