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SmartClient also offers commercial support. The whole architecture is described within the documentation of SmartGWT.
To summarize: SmartGWT has a end-to-end application architecture where the client-side is for free and the server-integration is commercial. Of course you can just use the client side of SmartGWT, then you have to implement the server-side integration by yourself.
In our project, we used GWT 2. Pros — Many good components almost everything you can imagine. All components are displayed including source code examples. Every class has good documentation.
About data entries are inserted daily into one table.
Cons — You have to learn a totally new API. Does not really matter!
That is a problem especially for getting started and for maintenance, because other developers also first have to learn one more API. First we wanted to buy support for some hundred dollars we thought , but it costs approximately as much as the SmartGWT Power license itself.
You get an answer to almost every posted question. But that answer often does not help. But solely if you do not want to change anything and just use the basic behaviour.
If I wanted to change just a small piece, I updated the automatically generated, huge XML mapping files or used setter-methods within the Java Code. If I just re-generated the mapping file, custom changes e. I could not find a better way. You just have one more abstraction layer to learn. That is no problem, if you just want to use the components. It is tougher, if you want to extend them.
Another myth is a worse performance because of this fact.
The components are integrated in your web application easily. Your prototype is realized very fast with dummy data instead of a real datasource.
Similarly, -killRunningInstances will cleanly terminate running instances, including interactive ones, provided they were started with the argument -allowkilling. Cleanly here means that batch tests are stopped, dependencies rolled back and run-logs are saved. The new Windows setup program for QF-Test adheres to the current Windows conventions for placing different kinds of files in various locations.
There's still an option to use the old layout with all files in a single place. A 'Sequence' node can now also be transformed into a 'Loop' or 'While' node.
Calls to deprecated procedures or test-cases are now also stroke through in the tree view. Components in the SUT are now highlighted automatically when clicking on a component or event node in QF-Test's tree, irrespective of whether the node was already selected or not.
If automatic highlighting is deactivated via the option Highlight selected component in the SUT you can now trigger it explicitly via the context menu of component, event or check nodes as well as QF-Test component IDs in parameter tables and scripts. The boolean values in the 'Extra feature' attributes of a 'Component' or the 'Items' attribute of a 'Check items' node can now make use of variables.
Simply double-click the respective table cell to edit the value.
See section 7.