In this screencast of my series on building an autocomplete service you will learn how to implement a Server servlet in GWT such that autocomplete queries receive a response. In this video the response will always be static and very naive. It will be up to the fourth part of this series which will follow already this week to make the server to something meaningful with the query. This part is rather created to see how the server is supposed to be invoked and what kind of tools and classes are needed. So see this as a preparation for the really interesting stuff.

If you have any questions, suggestions and comments feel free to discuss them.

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