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GWT XTender Features

xtender-samples project workspace walkthrough(Coming soon!)

Walkthrough of the xtender-samples application.

Data binding to different UI widgets (Coming soon!)

Learn how to use the UI Binding Wizard to bind UI widgets to data objects.

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XTT Features

Consuming web services in XTT (added July 2007)

Learn how to create a visual form against a web service operation.

Working with the client-side model

Learn three different ways to work with the client-side data model and automatically update the visual controls by modifying either the view or the model.

Using custom templates

Learn how to create and use custom templates for your XTT visual forms

SOA-based application example using XTT

Learn how to create SOA-based applications by de-constructing a SOA example that ships with XTT

Filtering data at transmission time in a SOA application (added July 2007)

Learn how to control the amount of data transmitted from the application server to the remote clients in a SOA application.

Filtering is implemented at transmission time, without affecting the SOA operations. Similar approaches can be implemented for dynamically inserting data at transmission time based on business logic requirements.

Examples review: custom controls, client-side sorting and filtering, and Publish/Subscribe (server push) ability

This video showcases some of the important features from the examples that ship with XTT.

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Creating relational (JDBC)-bound remote visual forms and popups

View these videos to learn the basics of rapidly creating XTT Client forms that work with data through remote JDBC connections (via the XTT Server). Please note that the actual JDBC connection is local to the XTT Server in the application server and is never exposed to the remote clients.

Creating visual forms using the Form Wizard

Learn how to use the Form Wizard to rapidly build data-enabled XTT Client forms.

Adding popups to visual forms using the Popup Wizard

Learn how to use the Popup Wizard to rapidly build a popup (a.k.a. lookups, searches) and easily integrate that popup into the form created with the previous wizard.

An overview of the options available to the relational wizards

Learn about what options are available to the relational wizards

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Creating object (POJO)-bound remote visual forms and popups

View these videos to learn the basics of rapidly creating XTT Client forms that work with data inside "plain old Java objects" (POJOs). In these videos we build pure Java GUI forms that utilize Hibernate object persistence layer with the HSQL database via the remote XTT Server.

Creating visual forms using the Object Form Wizard

Learn how to use the Object Form Wizard to rapidly build data-enabled XTT visual forms.

Adding popups to visual forms using the Object Popup Wizard

Learn how to use the Object Popup Wizard to rapidly build a popup (a.k.a. lookups, searches) and easily integrate that popup into an XTT visual form.

An overview of the options available to the object wizards

Learn about what options are available to the object wizards

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Deployment

Learn how to deploy the applications created using XTT. Deployment is always server-side (either as a web or enterprise application). The Java Web Start or applet modes are usually the preferred distribution modes for the remote client.

Deploying an XTT application using Java Web Start

Learn how to deploy an XTT application and use Java Web Start to distribute the remote client.

Deploying an XTT application using Java Web Start and SSL

Learn how to deploy an XTT application, use Java Web Start to distribute the remote client, and use SSL for communication.

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