GWT 2.0 Ui Binder First Look

August 12th, 2009

I caught this off of Iein Valdez’s Twitter feed yesterday:

Adrien Ancelin: ”For all the GWT-Enthusiasts around here, the official GWT repository now includes a preview version of a very promising 2.0 feature : Ui Binder. I wrote a very simple yet efficient example of UiBinder in action and uploaded a 2.0 build, a little login form example and a small article about it.”

uibinder

Apparently it’s a declarative way to lay out GWT applications using one or more XML files instead of programmatically. This should make my life much easier!

Here’s more info about the Ui Binder example.

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Categories: Google App Engine, GWT

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  1. Bruce Johnson

    Also note that you can (and should, when possible) use regular old HTML elements for layout instead of panels. It can help speed things up, and it’s one of the key motivations of UiBinder to help make it easier to mix HTML in with widgets to produce more efficient widgets more…efficiently.

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  2. saimadhu g

    Jeff,

    How to create a ListBox with header using GWT UIbinder.
    By default the listbox should not appear. If clicked on header then the listbox should open. if again clicked then list box should not visible.

    Best regards
    saimadhu

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