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This is part of the much larger Ajax and GWT tutorial.
This section is from
and Yaakov Chaikin, and it concentrates on use of the Google Web Toolkit (GWT). It assumes
a small amount of the general knowledge from the Ajax basics section,
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First "hello world" app used in the GWT intro section. This is
simply what you get when you press "New Web Application Project",
with no changes whatsoever. Bundled as a zipped Eclipse project
that assumes you have GWT 2.5 or later and are using the Google Eclipse Plugin.