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This session will provide an overview of Ext GWT 3.0. There are many new features and lots of new functionality in this major release including Cell-based data widgets, Cell-based fields, a new data API, new charts, and theming.
Looking to move to Ext GWT 3.0 from 2.x? This session will walk through the important API changes to help make the migration as straightforward as possible.
The data widgets in Ext GWT 3 have been completely rewritten. Rather than using renderers in 2.x, the new data widgets are GWT Cell-based. In this session you will learn about the changes and how to use the new API.
With the GWT Editor framework, any Java bean can have its data bound to a view. Data can be any bean-like object, POJO, AutoBean, or RF EntityProxy, as well as BaseModelData subclass, to facilitate migrating legacy code. We’ll discuss creating Editor subclasses and reusing them, as well as look at possible patterns for using the Drivers.
by Sven Brunken
The Ext GWT 3.0 layout system was redesigned to support UiBinder and to provide an easy to use typed API. Learn about the new changes and see several examples of the new layout system.
With Ext GWT 3.0 it is now possible to leverage declarative layouts with Ext GWT widgets and containers. In this session, you’ll learn how to use UiBinder within your Ext GWT application.
23rd–26th October 2011