Hey 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 service.

This tutorial (again hosted on wikipedia) covers the basic user interface meaning

  • how to integreate a SuggestBox instead of a textfield into the GWT Starter project
  • how to set up the neccessary stuff (extending a SuggestOracle) to fire a remote procedure call that requests suggestions if the user has typed something.
  • how to override the necessary methods from the SuggestOracle Interface

So here we go with the second part of the screencast which you can of course directly download from wikipedia:

Feel free to ask questions, give comments and improve the screencast!

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