I find the official documentation on remote logging wasn’t complete. Here are my notes based on various web sites I visited (here, here, and here). Hope this helps! App.gwt.xml You should add the inherits statement below. You should be able to adjust the log level to any of the following: ALL, FINEST, FINER, FINE, CONFIG, INFO, […]Read more "HowTo: Setup GWT remote logging"
Enable print: I was able to add print feature to a GWT app by using gwt-print-it library. I used last example in the documentation to get the printing to work (see included code fragment below). Print.it(“<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC ‘-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN’ ‘http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd’>”, “<link rel=StyleSheet type=text/css media=paper href=/paperStyle.css>”, RootPanel.get(“myId”)); I had to use absolute URLs instead of […]Read more "Adding print feature to a GWT app"
I found a need to retrieve a configuration value in web.xml and found the following post useful.Read more "context-param and init-param in web.xml"
Here are some information that I found on the net about JavaOne 2010. Feel free to comment with additional resources. To start, Oracle posted some video highlights. If you have JavaOne login, you can view the full versions at On Demand site. If not, you can still see some of the contents here. Beyond that, […]Read more "JavaOne 2010 Related Links"
This post helped me to switch to Java 6. It’s simple and easy.Read more "Enabling Java 6 on Mac OS X"
In response to a comment in this post, Apple has Java SE 6 Developer Preview available for download at this web site for Mac OS 10.5.x. Hope this helps.Read more "Java SE 6 on Mac OS 10.5.x"
A friend told me that SoyLatte can support Java SE 6 on Leopard. If you experienced a similar issue as Scott Looze described here perhaps you can try SoyLatte.Read more "Java SE on MacOS X 10.4 and 10.5"