JBoss Seam 2.2.0 and Google Web Toolkit (GWT) 2.0.0 support

I should have published this sooner when my colleague (Radovan Sninský, working with me on Java Simon among other things) came with the solution how to call Seam components from GWT 2 (probably in milestone 1 already). GWT 2.0.0 changed some details in its RPC protocol and built-in Seam support for GWT stopped working with… Continue reading JBoss Seam 2.2.0 and Google Web Toolkit (GWT) 2.0.0 support

Salix GWT Tree

Talking about DIY may be sign of a man that can handle some things and doesn’t rely on other’s work. Reinventing the wheel – on the other hand – means someone is stupid enough to do what is already done. Of course it is easy to reinvent that wheel when you don’t know it has… Continue reading Salix GWT Tree

GWT Tree and SmartGWT troubles

We have adopted Google Web Toolkit about a half-year ago, went from 1.6.x to 1.7 and recently switched to 2.0. The first and the most important point is: Most of us feel it’s fun to create user interfaces again! After years with servlets, JSP, Struts, JSTL, JSF, Facelets, RichFaces … well, no surprise actually. GWT… Continue reading GWT Tree and SmartGWT troubles

Google Chrome with perspective

I can hardly believe that it’s almost a year I started to use Google Chrome browser! While I still use it at home I decided to switch back to Firefox at work – for a simple reason. Chrome is very stubborn when accessing https sites without proper certificate. We have a few on our corporate… Continue reading Google Chrome with perspective