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The Google Plugin for Eclipse is a set of software development tools that enables Java developers to quickly design, build, optimize, and deploy cloud-based applications. GPE assists developers in efficiently creating a rich user experience, generating high quality Ajax code using the Google Web Toolkit, optimizing performance with Speed Tracer, and effortlessly deploying applications to the Google cloud. These powerful tools remove tedium and free developers to focus on creating great application logic. GPE is the first suite of integrated development tools designed specifically for Eclipse Java developers to create fast, reliable and high quality applications for the Google Cloud.
See the Quick Start guide to install the plugin and create your first web application. It lets you go from installing the plugin to deploying an Ajax "Hello World" in minutes. Here are just a few of the features the plugin provides to speed your development process:
Web Application Wizard
Web Application Launch Configurations
Support for Google App Engine
Easy Discovery and Access to Google APIs
Google Cloud Endpoints
Google Cloud SQL tooling
Import Projects from Project Hosting
Support for Google Web Toolkit
GWT Designer Integration
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Submitted by Edward Greenop on May 10, 2012 - 16:33
This software is a nightmare to install and once installed will never allow you to uninstall it.
Submitted by Radek Adamiak on November 15, 2011 - 06:56
- Why there is no checkbox for GWT plugin view showing all the time error appears there?
This is very annoying for me when I want to analyse server logs in console but GWT view is forcing to show it all the time. C'mon, were You using Your plugin more than 3 minutes?
- After compilation, there is no possibility to close/remove old compilation entries in Console view drop-down list.
Do You think that GWT plugin compilation process is the only thing I do during working in Eclipse? It uses memory and is useless after compilation. Why to show it all the time till I restart Eclipse?
- Scrolling doesn't work in lower panel of GWT view even if I clicked there to get the focus.
What century do we have, XIV?
- Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V deson't work in lowe panel of GWT view.
What century do we have, XIV?...Hey, wait...I repeat myself.
- Why there is no possibility to remove/delete/clear/hide this fucking button "Sign in to Google..."?
Do You think the first thing I do is to sign to google after starting Eclipse? My answer is: definitely no. Who was the author of this idea to put there this toolbar without possibility to cut it? Congratulation, quite clever idea (sic!).
- Notify about updates should be switched off by default or some question after installation should be shown to the user what to do with updates' notifier.
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