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The reason why we want to present the Sequence View Gadget on a separate page is that it is the first Gadget used by SynBioWave that was created using Google Web Toolkit and the Cobogwave protocol. Gadgets created this way are very powerful and can be used in so many ways, that SynBioWave could eventually rely solely on GWT Gadgets.  
The reason why we want to present the Sequence View Gadget on a separate page is that it is the first Gadget used by SynBioWave that was created using Google Web Toolkit and the Cobogwave protocol. Gadgets created this way are very powerful and can be used in so many ways, that SynBioWave could eventually rely solely on GWT Gadgets.  
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Google Web Toolkit
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<a href="http://www.code.google.com/webtoolkit" target="blank">Google Web Toolkit</a> is a development framework for building and optimizing complex browser-based applications. With GWT you can create Java Programs that are then compiled and translated to Java Script so they can run in a browser. It was released by Google in 2006 and the latest version is 2.0.4. Since Wave Gadgets are also programmed in Java Script it appears reasonable that GWT projects should also work there. There is however one more step to take.
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<h2>The CobogWave Protocol</h2>
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The <a href="http://code.google.com/p/cobogwave/" target="blank">Cobogwave Protocol</a> enables Wave developers to program Wave Gadgets using GWT.
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Revision as of 15:57, 27 October 2010

Sequence View Gadget

The reason why we want to present the Sequence View Gadget on a separate page is that it is the first Gadget used by SynBioWave that was created using Google Web Toolkit and the Cobogwave protocol. Gadgets created this way are very powerful and can be used in so many ways, that SynBioWave could eventually rely solely on GWT Gadgets.

Google Web Toolkit

Google Web Toolkit

Google Web Toolkit is a development framework for building and optimizing complex browser-based applications. With GWT you can create Java Programs that are then compiled and translated to Java Script so they can run in a browser. It was released by Google in 2006 and the latest version is 2.0.4. Since Wave Gadgets are also programmed in Java Script it appears reasonable that GWT projects should also work there. There is however one more step to take.

The CobogWave Protocol

The Cobogwave Protocol enables Wave developers to program Wave Gadgets using GWT.