Updates from GWT-land

Posted by Dan Peterson - Friday, April 27, 2007 at 12:51:00 PM

I know we've been a little quiet lately about Google Web Toolkit (GWT) product development, but, don't worry, we're feverishly polishing up the codebase for GWT 1.4. We've checked in all the source code for the new features, and we'll produce a release candidate once we address all the Critical and High priority issues tagged as 1.4RC.

On the app development side of things, we're really excited to see a new application called QueWeb Customer Care, which is a Customer Relationship Management tool built with GWT; go ahead and play with a demo (you have to register, but it's free). They've done some fancy stuff and the app is still quite fast.

In other news, we'd like to give a warm welcome to Rajeev Dayal and Bob Vawter, two relatively new software engineers on the GWT team. Given logistics, Rajeev, Bob and Joel Webber weren't pictured previously, but we didn't want to leave them out of the fun:

Of course, if you just can't wait to get started, you can always download GWT 1.3. Or if you'd like to throw in a few bug fixes of your own, you can get started on Making GWT Better.

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