GWT-based Visual GWT Designer

A good WYSIWYG HTML form editor should be written in the HTML and JavaScript , emulating the web browser environment is a hopeless work. I have developed a prototype GWT Visual Designer using GWT and NetBeans, check it out and you'll have to admit it looks promising.

The idea of web-based IDE is slowly materializing, there is a number of interesting projects going on. Many expect it to be the next big thing in the IDE world. AFAIK my effort was first such attempt for the GWT technology, unfortunately I will not be able to develop a production-quality tool by myself. Do you think it worth to carry on this project? Would you like to join?

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This is great! It would be great if you are able to integrate GWT with a webapp created using Visual Web. I've been trying without success to use (G4JSF) to try to incorporate GWT into an existing Visual Web webapp. Not only it should support using GWT within the webapp but a GWT module should be able to access backing beans (this is what G4JSF does) therefore offering full integration of both technologies.

Posted by Jean Vence on April 19, 2007 at 01:40 PM CEST #

I am interested in contributing Where do I start? :) I am also looking for building this into a major workflow front end Ravi

Posted by ravi on April 26, 2007 at 02:03 PM CEST #

Hi Ravi, you participation would be very welcome. Please drop me a few lines about yourself and your vision of where this project could go. You can contact me via Skype also/instead (there is a link on the bottom left side of my blog).

Posted by tomslot on April 26, 2007 at 02:59 PM CEST #

Hie Tomasz.

I really think this is great work and it should be continued till we have a state of the art visual designer for GWT on Netbeans. This could be very popular considering that Netbeans has sort of phased out Woodstock and they is an opportunity there.

I would really love to contribute to this development.

Regards

Posted by Victor Hokonya on January 14, 2009 at 08:30 AM CET #

Hi there, I think this is a very good project, and would certainly like to see it completed, And would love to assist in any way that I can!

Brian

Posted by Brian Grindlay on May 26, 2009 at 01:32 PM CEST #

sounds like a good idea

Posted by yuan.ws on October 19, 2009 at 11:28 PM CEST #

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