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How does it compare with GWT in Action

 
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What are the competitive differentiators you have with Manning's upcoming title GWT in Action (http://www.manning.com/hanson/)?

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I have not read the book, but perusing the TOC on the book site, I think they are complementary to each other. My book is more task oriented and tries to get the reader involved very quickly by going through a variety of tasks using GWT and get them comfortable using it. Both books seem to touch on most of the usual GWT topics. The manning book seems to cover some topics which I dont - integration with JSON and modules and also probably peeks more under the hood. BTW, one of the examples in my book uses Robert Hanson's wonderfully cool gwt-widgets library !

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Originally posted by Prabhakar Chaganti:
My book is more task oriented and tries to get the reader involved very quickly by going through a variety of tasks using GWT and get them comfortable using it.



That is what! make me interested to read this book.
 
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