Published June 19, 2010
I guess I’m not a very good blogger. I have not posted anything in close to three months. Oh well…
I’ve made some good progress on my first iPhone app. It’s a very basic app for taking notes. You write a note and attach pictures.Then you email it to yourself so it’s stored somewhere else in addition to your iphone. I am using it to educate myself of app writing and in understanding the different ways one can connect apps to the cloud.
So now I’m heading back to the cloud side for awhile. That means GWT and GAE work. It will be nice to get back to some Java work after months of Objective-C. Figuring out architectural issues will be easier for me that way.
Published January 21, 2010
Tags: google, gwt, mvp, mvp example
In my last post, I talked about two different frameworks for MVP that I was studying. Which one should I use for my work?
Well, I really want to use the GWT-Presenter framework. I just have not been able to get it going. You can get the code for it via SVN — version 1 or newer — but I kept finding all sorts of new features and improvements while reading other people’s blog’s (David Chapman’s blog, in particular). Without examples of use of the new features, I was not making the progress I wanted to make on the app side.
So, for now, I am going with the framework illustrated by the Google folks. That’s Large Scale Application Development and MVP. (If that link does not work, try here: http://www.gwtproject.org/articles/mvp-architecture.html. I think it is essentially the same as the original article.)