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  • Lectures 30
  • Quizzes 0
  • Duration 15 day
  • Skill level Mid Level
  • Language English
  • Students 5
  • Assessments Yes
Yuvaraj Karuppusamy

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GWT (Google Window Toolkit) Java Framework training in Coimbatore provided by the best training institute in Coimbatore (Techi4s Training Solutions Pvt Ltd) with 100% real-time,practical and placement.GWT (Google Window Toolkit) Java Framework Training in Coimbatore provides by Techi4s with real-time working professional which will help students and trainees to get trained in practical real-time scenarios along with theory.This training will definitely help you to complete certification and clearing interviews.Our GWT (Google Window Toolkit) Java Framework training focuses on giving students basic to advanced level.Our team of trainers are Technical Architects and Project Leads working in MNC's and will help in real time projects.Best GWT (Google Window Toolkit) Java Framework Training in Coimbatore provides By Techi4s in flexible timings.We also provide fast track,online and corporate training.GWT (Google Window Toolkit) Java Framework Syllabus covered full of practical examples which will help students and trainees to land up in jobs.GWT (Google Window Toolkit) Java Framework Project Structure,GWT (Google Window Toolkit) Java Framework Application Components etc with live examples..

Our training Institute is equipped with perfect environment with all required facilites and course fee is less compared to other training institutes.Our GWT (Google Window Toolkit) Java Framework training will be scheuled on Regular Weekdays and Weekends based on students requirements

PREREQUISITES

  • Strong Knowledge in web-based application like HTML,CSS & Ajax

Benefits to learn GWT (Google Window Toolkit) Java Framework

  • If you are a Java veteran with experience in Swing or AWT, then choosing GWT should be a no-brainer. The learning curve is the least with this background.
  • Even if you are not experienced in Java GUI development, the experience in working on server-side Java for years will come in handy while developing GWT apps
  • You can create highly responsive web applications with heavy lifting on the client-side and reduced chattiness with the server-side
  • Although there are numerous JavaScript libraries out in the wild and most of them are worth their salt, many conventional developers don’t understand its true power. Remember, a powerful language like JavaScript is a double-edged sword. If you don’t know how to use it, even you won’t be able to clean the mess you create
  • You can migrate from a typical web application to a GWT application iteratively. It is not an all or nothing proposition. You can use a clever trick called JSNI to interact with loads of JavaScript functions you already possess. But it is always better to move them to GWT sooner rather than later
  • The IDE support for GWT cannot be better. Java IDEs have matured over the past decade to be one of the best in the world and GWT can take direct advantage of it
  • The integrated debugging beauty is something you can kill for. The excellent debugging support offered by the mature Java IDEs is one feature that could sway anybody’s decision in favor of GWT
  • The built-in IDE support to refactor Java code can directly be put to good use to maintain a simple design at all times. Doing this in JavaScript is not for the faint at heart
  • The IDE syntax highlighting, error checking, code completion shortcuts etc are overwhelming – to say the least
  • GWT is being actively developed by Google. We know that the project is not going to die off anytime soon. Until now their commitment towards the project says a lot about its future in the industry.
  • The community behind the project is also a big PLUS. Discussions take place daily in Stack overflow, discussion forums, wikis and personal blogs. A simple search with the right keyword could point you in the right direction
  • GWT is a well thought-out API; not something that was put together in a hurry. This helps you as a developer to quickly comprehend the abstractions and makes it really intuitive to use
  • You can use GWT’s built-in protocol to transfer data between the client and the server without any additional knowledge of how the data is packaged and sent. If you prefer more control, you can always use XML, JSON or another proprietary format of your choice. Even in that case, while using JSON, you don’t have to use an non-intuitive java JSON library. You can use JSNI to ‘eval’ the JSON using straight javascript. Cool huh!
  • You have the advantage of being able to use standard Java static code analyzers like FindBugs, CheckStyle, Detangler, PMD etc to monitor code and design quality. This is very important when you are working in a big team with varying experience.
  • You can use JUnit or Test NG for unit testing and JMock or another mock library for mocking dependencies. Following TDD is straight-forward if you already practice it. Although there are JavaScript based unit testing frameworks like jsunit and qunit, come on tell me how many people already know that or are itching to use that.
  • The GWT compiler generates cross-browser JavaScript code. Today, any marketing person who says this will probably be beaten. It has now become a basic necessity, not a luxury
  • The GWT compiler optimizes the generated code, removes dead code and even obfuscates the JavaScript for you all in one shot
  • Although the compilation process takes hell a lot of time, you don’t have to go through that during development. There is a special hosted mode that uses a browser plug-in and direct java byte-code to produce output. That is one of the main reasons you are able to use a Java debugger to debug client side code.
  • Rich third-party controls are available through quite a few projects like Smart GWT, Ext GWT etc. They are well designed, easy to use and theme-able. So, if you have a requirement where existing controls don’t just cut it, you should be looking into one of these projects. There is a really fat chance that one of those components will work out. Even if that doesn’t work out, you can always roll out your own.
  • GWT emphasizes the concept of a stateful client and a stateless server. This results in extremely less load on the server where many users have to co-exist and high load on the client where only one user is working
  • I18N and L10N are pretty straight-forward with GWT. In fact locale based compilation is taken care by the GWT compiler itself. The same cannot be said about regular client-only frameworks
  • GWT comes built-in with browser back button support even while using AJAX. If you are an AJAX developer, I can almost feel your relief. This is priceless.

Academic Instructor

Yuvaraj Karuppusamy Academic Instructor

He is the Professor of the Department of Computer Applications at Gobi Arts & Science College where he has been since 2013. He also currently serves as Creative Head of Techi4s Soft Solutions. During 2013-2018 he was worked as Developer,Trainer and etc.,

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