Debug Panel for Google Web Toolkit (GWT) Released

A new Debug Panel for (GWT) Google Web Toolkit is released, with primary intent to provide the developer of a GWT application performance data about the application as well as tools to debug the client side application code. Web applications built with GWT run mainly in the client's environment, over which the developer has little control or […]

A new Debug Panel for (GWT) Google Web Toolkit is released, with primary intent to provide the developer of a GWT application performance data about the application as well as tools to debug the client side application code. Web applications built with GWT run mainly in the client's environment, over which the developer has little control or access. The Debug Panel provides tools to the developer to help lift the shroud over the client environment to help diagnose problems, help tune and improve performance as well as assist with application testing. “GWT allows code to be written in Java using your favorite editors and then compiled into JavaScript that runs smoothly on host browsers.

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