A new version of Google Web Toolkit (GWT) was released on June 9, 2022. This is very good news, as it has been a while since the last official release. Thanks to everyone involved!
A major change introduced is the dropped support for Internet Explore (IE) 8, 9, and 10, which means there will be no specific compilations for these browsers. Actually, this is not a surprise since these versions of IE are not supported by Microsoft. However, some customers are still using these browsers, especially in industrial computers. So, with that in mind, we will migrate to the new version, but with caution. We will keep the option to build with GWT 2.9.0 which has compilations for IE 8, 9 and 10.
The full list of changes can be seen in the release notes.
We are thrilled to announce that we have expanded our range of services to include comprehensive Quality Assurance (QA) services. As a software development company, we understand that the quality of the products we deliver is of utmost importance to our clients' success.
Data encryption plays a critical role in the security of IT systems and communications, but it also creates some new challenges like sorting, indexing, efficient querying etc. In order to address exactly these issues, we have developed and implemented successfully our own datastore independent order-preserving encryption (OPE).
A major challenge for any Web UI is how to render well on a variety of devices and screen sizes. One approach is to create a separate Web UI version for every type of device. The other approach is to develop only one Web UI that is adaptive and serves all devices. We build our own responsive GWT solution.