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From David Van Couvering <da...@vancouvering.com>
Subject Re: GWT app stored and served from CouchDB?
Date Sun, 17 Jan 2010 23:07:36 GMT
Well, that's very interesting. I looked at GWT and it looked like it
required server-side Java.  I'll look at your example, thanks!

On 1/17/10, thomas.baum@atns.de <thomas.baum@atns.de> wrote:
> creating single (or 2) -tear applications is in my view the main point of
> couchdb. last year i did a prototype combining gwt and couchdb.
> (just a hack to proove the combination of gwt, json an couchdb)
>
> source is available at http://github.com/tbaum/gwt-couchdb
> it's a maven-project so type 'mvn install' and './push.sh'  to get started..
>
> i used gwt-mosaic, don't worry about the gwt-compiler warnings (and i don't
> really recommend using moasic anymore!)
> to help development and get rid of the same-origin-policy, i created a small
> proxy-servlet. so you can debug your app in your ide
>
> when compiled an uploaded it will run just in couchdb and your browser
> http://127.0.0.1:5984/gwt/_design/couch/index.html
>
> hope that helps,
> thomas
>
> ==
> i didn't follow the mailinglist and don't know the current state:
> at the time(08/2009)  developingthe prototype i came to the point, that we
> could not use couchdb in 'real world'
> - deployment issues (plattform dependencies, erlang wont run 100% on the m$
> boxes..)
> - missing security model (also for restricting read access)
> - from time to time i got errors from the view-cache (.. sorry no time to
> reproduce)
>
>


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