Is GXT an other name for ExtGwt or an other product from Sencha ?
We think about adopting GWT. So, we have to make some architectural choices and we look at available candidate solutions.
First we understand :
So we are in doubt. GXT is an other name for Ext-Gwt, an other product, or nothing at all ?
Some answers from http://code.google.com/intl/fr-FR/we...s/gwt/gxt.html :
- Ext GWT (GXT) is a Java library for building rich internet applications with the Google Web Toolkit (GWT)
- it seems that GXT is just an other name for ExtGwt. Also i have found references to GXT in ExtGwt reference documentation. again some marketing confusing terms ...
- but finaly this is not a wrapper for extjs library but a full java solution (GWT extension) like i first thought before to be confused (perhaps it was a wrapper in the past and become a full java solution more recently, that could also explain confusion between GXT and ExtGwt product names)
This is correct.
- it seems that GXT is just an other name for ExtGwt. Also i have found references to GXT in ExtGwt reference documentation.
Ext GWT, or also named GXT, is not a wrapper around Ext JS but fully written in Java.
GWT Ext was a wrapper around Ext JS but is no longer under active development and was also not maintained by Sencha
SmartGWT is a wrapper around SmartClient.
thanks 4 help.
ExtGwt's roadmap and the next 3.0 version seems very interesting.
I'll deep further into developers pre-release