Hi, I've shifted the meeting to 4pm CET to make it easier for TLV folks to
We can still change the time if needed.
On Fri, Mar 31, 2017 at 3:48 PM, Vojtech Szocs <vszocs(a)redhat.com> wrote:
the slides are here: http://redhat.slides.com/vszocs/debugging-ovirt-gwt-
I've made some new discoveries while working on this, the biggest one is
that SDBG (link below) actually works for oVirt WebAdmin!
This means there's a viable alternative to existing GWT debug method,
which doesn't restrict you to using an ancient (NPAPI-compliant) browser,
while still being able to use Java IDE (Eclipse) as well as reaping the
benefits of SDM code server (fast incremental recompiles).
If you're an oVirt UI maintainer, I highly suggest you to join this
session, spend ~1 hour of your time and in return, get the knowledge to be
more productive when dealing with our GWT code.
On Tue, Mar 28, 2017 at 3:56 PM, Vojtech Szocs <vszocs(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> Update: moving the session to Tue, Apr 4 @ the same time as originally
> PS: Greg sent me a link to SDBG project  which allows you to debug GWT
> application via Super Dev Mode from within Java Eclipse IDE. I'm going to
> cover this in the presentation as well.
>  http://sdbg.github.io/
> On Mon, Mar 27, 2017 at 8:09 PM, Vojtech Szocs <vszocs(a)redhat.com> wrote:
>> Hello UI devs,
>> with oVirt master UI using the latest GWT SDK , I'd like to host a
>> live demo session with two goals in mind:
>> a, explain how the (Java IDE based) Classic Dev Mode works and mention
>> its limitations
>> b, explain how the (browser based) Super Dev Mode works and encourage
>> people to start using it to boost their productivity
>>  http://email@example.com/msg08558.html
>> The Classic vs. Super Dev Mode are two possible ways to debug GWT
>> applications. This session will give you the knowledge to decide which one
>> to use in a specific situation.
>> Proposed time: Mon, Apr 3 @ 5pm CET / 6pm TLV / 11am US EST. (This can
>> be changed as needed.)
>> Let me know if this kind of session interests you or if the above time
>> doesn't fit you but you'd still like to join.