Spotlight On Developers Using Google Web Toolkit

Posted by Sumit Chandel, Developer Programs Engineer - Thursday, December 11, 2008 at 5:40:00 PM

One of the best resources for developers looking for tips on building applications or learning about a new technology is to hear from other developers who have already been through the experience and built world-class applications. That's why we're happy to share videos of a few developers who used the Google Web Toolkit to build rich, sophisticated Ajax applications that have wowed audiences, won prestigious awards and are pushing the boundaries of what we've come to expect from a web application.

Check them out in our new Who's Using GWT page. In these videos, the developers explain how they used GWT to build their apps, their opinions on GWT overall, and tips and learnings from working with GWT. These videos include the developers behind:

  • GoGrid: the cloud computing infrastructure service provider that won "Best of Show" at the Linux World 2008 Product Excellence Awards.

  • Lombardi Blueprint: a business process mapping and diagramming tool that was used as a case study at this year's Google I/O conference.

  • scenechronize: a film and television production management application, presented at the Sundance Film Festival and Festival de Cannes in 2008.

  • Whirled: a social virtual world website, where users can keep up with friends, discuss on boards, and play a number of wildly entertaining mini-games.

We'd love to hear from others in the community. If you would like to share your experience developing GWT applications with the rest of the community, let us know in the forum.

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