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GWT Studio

What is that, Current version and status

GWT Studio is plugin for IntelliJ targeted to simplify development of applications using Google Web Toolkit

GWT Studio provides useful

  • actions to create different elements of GWT application
  • GWT specific inspections with quick fixes
  • specific run configuration for starting and debugging GWT application from IntelliJ IDEA
  • integration of GWT compiler in to IntelliJ IDEA build process
  • some refactorings

GWT Studio roadmap includes

  • GWT native methods support. Meaning ability to edit JavaScript embedded in to native method with all syntax highlighting, code completion etc. as usual JavaScript in IntelliJ IDEA
  • Integration with HTML stuff. It's needed to reference some GWT resource (e.g. modules) from HTML files. We can support completion & validation.
  • Much more inspections with quick-fixes and intentions
  • maybe even Visual Designer

Current version of GWT Studio is 0.1.1 It supports only EAP builds of IntelliJ IDEA 6.0 (Demetra) starting from build #5333

GWT Studio still to be on earlier research stage. It is not part of any JetBrains product. Most probably it will be changed in the foreseen future.

To obtains GWT Studio use built-in Plugin Manager or visit IntelliJ IDEA plugin repository

To obtain EAP builds of  IntelliJ IDEA 6.0 (Demetra) visit IntelliJ IDEA EAP

To report bug or request feture visit Demetra EAP Plugins forum 

Actions

Each action suggest to configure GWT support if necessary and add GWT libraries in to classpath of module

New GWT Module

Creates sceleton for GWT application

  • directories
    • client
    • server
    • public
  • .gwt.xml module file
  • EntryPoint class
  • .html page
  • .css file

New GWT Entry Point

Creates sceleton for GWT entry point

  • class derived from EntryPoint
  • necessary <entry-point> element in the .gwt.xml module file

New GWT RemoteService

Creates sceleton for GWT remote service

  • interface derived from RemoteService
  • Async version of  the interface
  • RemoteServiceServlet implementing the interface
  • necessary <servlet> element in the .gwt.xml module file

New GWT Serializable Class

Creates new class derived from IsSerializable with no-arg constructor

New GWT Sample Application

Creates sample application which send text message to server and display responce. Can be used as simple starting point.

 Inspections with quick-fixes

RemoteService-derived interface doesn' synchronized with his async version

Async version of RemoteService-derived interface doesn't synchronized with original

Parameter or return type of method in RemoteService-derived interface is not IsSerializable

Style name used as parameter of .addStyleName or .setStyleName isn't presented in CSS

 Run/Debug

Special Run/Debug configuration of GWT application

GWT compiler running during IntelliJ IDEA make

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