Google Web Toolkit (GWT) is a development application especially created for the Java platform that allows you to write AJAX programs quick and easy. The search giant tries to improve its current technologies with users’ help by releasing multiple solutions meant to help them design new ideas and solutions. That’s why the company created Google Code, a special service that contains several utilities for developers, as well as documentation and project examples to help everybody work with ease.
Google Web Toolkit is just another tool included in the service and it allows you to develop applications in Java language simple and quickly. It is an open source downloadable software solution and it is developed under the Apache 2.0 open source license. Because many users already downloaded this tool, the company worked hardly to release an updated version of Google Web Toolkit. The new version was presented yesterday, so the company published a blog message to announce new features and more details.