For example, the chapter 4 "Working with Browsers" discusses about browser specific details, which I believe is too early to talk about in the book.
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I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for writing this review on behalf of CodeRanch. More info at Amazon. That's about all of basics in the book. As a next step beginners can read Google's docs to learn GWT basics.
I feel that the 4th chapter is placed completely wrong. I had to skip it and return to it after I read almost the whole book. The book is like a cookbook with recipes for doing different things in GWT. The writing style of the book isn't very good. The book is filled with source code which is not organized very well.
The sequence in which the code is introduced makes it hard to follow. The source code download for the book is disappointing. Instead of having separate source for each of the chapter in the book, there are only two GWT projects which use codes from different chapters making it almost useless till you've read the whole book. If the author had given less code in the book with more explanation of the code and provided separate source code for each chapter, this would have been a good book to study GWT from.
It took me less than a minute to find out I wasn't a member of the target audience - it's target at programmers with "a basis of GWT programming". Because of this I won't go into technical details too much. The style of the author is definitely not my cup of tea. He uses many footnotes and side notes. This makes it a bit hard to read the book, with all the jumping around. It took me several weeks to finish it, simply because the book had no attraction to keep on going.
The code is very odd at times as well. Perhaps this is because of how GWT works, but it is nowhere explained. All I can say is, if you're looking for a book to learn GWT, skip this one. I wish I had. You could suppose, as I did, that it contains at least GWT basics. There is an overview of GWT, but nothing which will get you started if you're a beginner.
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