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The Google Web Toolkit's public debut and rapid maturing have brought attention to the myriad tools and frameworks for facilitating Web applications, particularly those written with Ajax Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. GWT's debut had significance for the industry far beyond Google itself. It was a lot like what Google Maps did for Ajax technology in general; it legitimized the idea of an Ajax component framework and made Ajax frameworks more visible. It is widely believed that GWT's debut signals a new era of visibility for Ajax frameworks

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Software, IEEE  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 2 )

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March-April 2007

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