Quite a while ago I promised to create some screencasts on how to build a (personalized) Autocompletion in GWT. Even though the screencasts have been created for quite some time now I had to wait publishing them for various reasons.

Finally it is now the time to go public with the first video. I do really start from scratch. So the first video might be a little bit boaring since I am only reviewing the Remote Procedure calls of GWT.

A litte Note: The video is hosted on Wikipedia! I think it is important to spread knowledge under a creative commons licence and the youtubes, vimeos,… of this world are rather trying to do a vendor lock in. So If the embedded player is not so well you can go directly to wikipedia for a fullscreen version or direct download of the video.

Another note: I did not publish the source code! This has a pretty simple reason (and yes you can call me crazy): If you really want to learn something, copying and pasting code doesn’t help you to get the full understanding. Doing it step by step e.g. watching the screencasts and reproducing the steps is the way to go.

As always I am open to suggestions and feedback but please have in mind that the entire course of videos is already recorded.

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2 Comments on Building an Autocompletion on GWT screencast Part 1: Getting Warm – Reviewing remote procedure calls

  1. [...] everyone after posting my first screencast in this series reviewing the basic process for creating remote procedure calls in GWT we are now finally starting with the real tutorial for building an autocomplete [...]

  2. [...] part 1: introduction of which parts exist and where to find them [...]

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