San Francisco, California (PRWEB) September 08, 2014
Over 150 000 software professionals use GWT (formerly Google Web Toolkit) in their everyday job creating business critical applications. Twice as many use GWT-derived frameworks such as Vaadin, GXT, GWTP and Errai. GWT and its derivatives are used in the majority of fortune-100 companies, inside central Google products and in governments around the world. .
GWT.create was arranged for the first time in 2013 as a community conference, gathering over 650 developers with over 30 speeches from all central GWT Steering Committee members.
The original founders of Google Web Toolkit, Bruce Johnson and Joel Webber, are joining the conference with the GWT Steering committee creating a mixture of History of GWT and the Future of the Web from Web Components to Mobile Web and from Compiler Deep Dives to Flying Drones..
"Together, we wrote the first version of the compiler, libraries, and well...everything...because we didn't have anybody else on the team until we could prove that it was a viable approach to web development. It will be interesting to see where GWT is today by meeting hundreds of users at GWT.create," says Bruce Johnson.
With over 60 presentations, BOFs, workshops, demo sessions, a panel discussion and 2 keynotes GWT.create 2015 will be set over 2+2 days in Mountain View, California, January 21-22 and in Munich, Germany, January 27-28.
"Last year's conference videos alone have been watched for over 900 000 minutes on YouTube. That combined with the feedback from the attendees and speakers made us decide to redo the conference with even higher goals. And we're proud to have all central GWT users with us together with ArcBees, JetBrains and Sencha as sponsors at the event," says Fredrik Rönnlund from GWT.create organizing team at Vaadin.
The GWT.create 2015 conference is the highlight of the year for learning about the future of the web, GWT and web development in Java.
GWT (previously Google Web Toolkit) is the popular technology platform for creating rich user interfaces for the Web in Java. GWT has been free and open source since its introduction in 2007 and since 2012 Google released it as an outside project to the GWT Steering committee which at the same time renamed the product to GWT. GWT is a development toolkit for building and optimizing complex browser-based applications. GWT is used by many products at Google, including Google AdWords and Google Wallet. It's open source, completely free, and used by thousands of developers around the world.
Vaadin Ltd. is the company behind the open source Vaadin application development tools built on GWT. Vaadin is today used in over 40% of the Fortune-100 companies by over 150 000 developers. Vaadin Framework was first open sourced in 2002 and has been building on top of GWT since 2008. The company's offices are in Finland and California. The company today employs over 85 Vaadin and GWT experts.
For further information on Vaadin tools and services, see vaadin.com.
For further information, please contact: Fredrik Rönnlund, VP of Marketing, Vaadin, +358-400-300 381, fredu (a) vaadin.com