I know that there’s a bunch of other GWT-UI-libraries but I think QxWT provides features not offered by other libraries available. For me and probably others the dual licensing under LGPL and EPL of both qooxdoo and QxWT is very important because this gives adopters the possibility to use it in commercial as well as opensource applications.
Future plans for QxWT:
- Wrap the rest of qooxdoo-JS-API
- Improved runtime size by adding post processing step
- Keep up-to-date with qooxdoo-Releases
To finish this release post I’d like to mention that the release of QxWT is going to build the foundation for other projects already in the queue, some of the available as opensource (like the UFaceKit-port for QxWT) others probably available under commercial licenses.
I hope you’ll give QxWT a spin and report back. Your findings and problems. To collect your feedback we’ve set up a QxWT-Forum.
The current sources are build and tested with GWT 2.0 but should in theory run as well on GWT >= 1.5 though I’d highly recommend the usage of GWT 2.0 because of the many improvements on GWT-Development.