GWT 2.5 RC2 is here!

Posted by Bhaskar Janakiraman - Thursday, October 04, 2012 at 4:53:00 PM

Today we are excited to announce GWT 2.5 Release Candidate 2.  For a quick run-down of GWT 2.5 features, read our earlier blog post here.

You can download this release from our main GWT download page.

The release notes have a short summary of changes in RC2.

- GWT Team

5 comments:

Zied Hamdi OneView said...

Hi GWT team,

I wanted to follow you on Google+ but there's no button for that...

Best Regards,
Zied Hamdi

slugmandrew said...

@Zied You could, erm... 'google' it: https://plus.google.com/113278463867051231285/posts

Great work GWT team! Keep it rolling.

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David Evans said...

Just wondering if the GWT mail example for source maps code is available for download? It seems that I've got the Code server to generate the source mapping files and I enable the source mapping in my chrome browsers. But when I select the JavaScript file in the source view all I see is JavaScript not Java.

Just wondering if there is a some sample code to look to make sure I've got everything set up. BTW do I have to set the link between the JS and the Java file by hand, using the sourceMappingURL ?

I currently using GWT 2.5 RC2