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  1. Using plain GWT is an option.
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    Someone wrote this: http://christianposta.com/blog/?p=6
  3. Take a look at Ant. It's a build tool that you can do everything with. Ant files can be executed in Eclipse.

    http://ant.apache.org/
  4. The source are available in the GXT package in the samples/mail directory. If you want to learn RPC Google has great tutorials:...
  5. No, but take a look at the mail sample application.
  6. I have done something like that:

    This code is used in a Dialog.



    LayoutContainer panel = new LayoutContainer();
    FormLayout layout = new FormLayout();
    layout.setPadding(20);...
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    Ext GWT: A pure GWT library.
    GWT-Ext: A wrapper around an old version of ExtJS.
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    There are some server side examples here: http://extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=42859

    /Fredrik
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    Try using a <img> in your renderer.

    /Fredrik
  10. If I manually resize and move the dialog it will be rendered correctly. For now I avoid the problem by just adding my components to a LayoutContainer with a FormLayout and then adds the...
  11. A dialog with a FormLayout is not displayed correctly in Firefox:
    10580

    In IE everything is fine:
    10581

    GXT 1.1.3
    GWT 1.5.3
    Firefox 3
    Vista
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    This seems to be a wrapper around the SmartClient JavaScript library so it's quite different compared to Ext GWT.
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    dialog.setModal(true);
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    You should not set a layout. CardPanel uses a CardLayout as the layout manager.

    /Fredrik
  15. Add your other GWT application in a Frame and add the Frame to a window on the desktop.

    /Fredrik
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    Here is the way to access the iframe:



    IFrameElement frame = IFrameElement.as(object.getElement());
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    Try something like this:



    ContentPanel cp = new ContentPanel();
    com.google.gwt.user.client.ui.Frame object = cp1.setUrl("test.html");
    com.google.gwt.dom.client.FrameElement frameElement =...
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    The setUrl method returns a com.google.gwt.user.client.ui.Frame object. And if you use the getElement method you will probably get a com.google.gwt.dom.client.FrameElement object and that class has a...
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    Try this:



    tabItem.addListener(Events.BeforeClose, new Listener<TabPanelEvent>() {
    public void handleEvent(TabPanelEvent be) {

    }
    });
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    Take a look at LayoutContainer and the different subclasses of that class.

    /Fredrik
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    store.remove(grid.getSelectionModel().getSelectedItem());

    /Fredrik
  22. Hi!

    I just tried to add a Chinese translation to our Ext GWT app and my Chinese strings are displayed correctly but the standard Ext GWT strings are not displayed, just a bunch of question marks...
  23. The ensureDebugId method now works in GXT 1.1.1 but according to the GWT documentation "the ID that you specify will be prefixed by the static string DEBUG_ID_PREFIX". This is not the case for GXT...
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    Sorry, my mistake. The grid was actually updated but a layout problem made the grid not scrollable.

    Thanks
    /Fredrik
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    Hi!

    I'm trying out the Grid component and have created a ListStore that uses a class extended from BaseModel.

    I have added some items to the store and creates the grid and the grid is displayed...
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