Booth Martin wrote:
Here's what I am trying to do. I want to use GWT (Google Web Toolkit)
to develop applications. It seems to me to be well established, backed
by a winning team, and very flexible. It seems ideal for a programmer
who is learning Java.

Interesting perspective ... that's not how I interpret GWT ... from what I can see, GWT is a way to build rich javascript applications that use AJAX ... but using Java as the language.

IMO, using GWT to learn Java would be quite confusing and a very mixed metaphor.

Now if you already knew Java, I would say GWT is a good way to create AJAX based applications.

Personally, I would suggest learning Java first by using Java ... then add the fancy layer of GWT.

JMO, of course.

david



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