Going with Google Code

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.)


About Bill Lahti

Bill Lahti is a software engineer building mobile applications and knowledge management solutions. Two of his interests are writing for this blog and building Android apps, with strategy games being an area of particular interest.
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