A couple months ago, we asked the community to tell us about their GWT applications and their experience developing them. We were greatly pleased to see many responses, and lots of neat applications. In fact, we had so many responses that we needed a better way to showcase and share them with the community.
Introducing the new GWT Application Gallery to save the day, now posted on the GWT homepage. Improving on the earlier GWT Application Gallery, the new gallery adds more features to make community interaction easier and application entries more meaningful. Here are some of these new features that you can look forward to:
- An easier way to submit entries for any GWT-related tools or application that you would like to share with the community
- A comment and rating system for others in the GWT community to rate your applications
- More screen real estate for application screenshots and thumbnails for your application entry
- Searchable tags that you can apply to your GWT application entry
We already have a number of entries both from the previous app gallery and newer entries from respondents to our call out a few months ago, and we'd love to hear from you too. So please, check out the new GWT App Gallery to see the kind of great applications the community has been developing, share your opinions through the comments and ratings feature, and add your own applications to the gallery.
As a sidenote, Google I/O is in full swing. In the spirit of sharing applications and development experiences, we've organized a Developer Sandbox area this year where third party developers who have used Google developer products can showcase their applications and talk about how they've created them. If you're attending Google I/O, drop by to check out some of these products live. I'll be around that area as well, so please come by to say hello.