GWT Survey Results

Posted by Bhaskar Janakiraman - Wednesday, December 05, 2012 at 11:06:00 AM

The results of the survey conducted by Vaadin Ltd. are now available. This survey had over 1300 respondents, and lots of suggestions for improving GWT. See the Vaadin blog post about this here.


- Bhaskar Janakiraman, GWT Team.

6 comments:

LarryRiedel said...

It would be nice if the report was not behind a lead capture form.

HommeDeJava said...

This report is a MUST to read for all GWT developer!

Rainer said...

This survey is based on data collected from GWT users and should be available to all users without registering with a company I am not interested in doing business with. If this is the type of "community building" we have to expect for the future... good luck, without me.

Richard Janicek said...

I recommend Haxe to anyone who may be dissatisfied with GWT. Haxe has many advantages and an enthusiastic community.

developer said...

div is more compatible than table in comparison to browser compatibitlity , css etc. but still GWT uses table structure and normal javascript features which kinda old archirtecure and a lot pain to make it work for Microsoft browsers like ie7.. its hard to design in evry browser.. i dont understnd with this kind of old architecture of table for everything how it will be more developer friendly..

Oscar Derek Patterson said...

i invariably surprise this,why cant google decide that content is original and that is traced,cant u guys do this basing on some timestamp ?

if a content is being traced the its quite clearly its being revealed 1st,so relying upon that was in metropolis index 1st or thereforeme technical school to grasp once it absolutely was revealed cant the initial publishers and content scrapers be distinguished.