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Advanced Java® EE Development with WildFly® by Deepak Vohra

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Creating an HTML host page

We created a GWT module and an entry-point class, which is associated with the module. To load the module and run the entry-point class, we need an HTML host page. The GWT compiler compiles a module into a JavaScript file nocache.js, also called the selection script, when we install the GWT project with Maven in a later section. The JavaScript file for the module is required to be included in an HTML host page in the <script/> tag. First, create an HTML page. Select File | New | Other, and in New, select Google Web Toolkit | HTML Page and click on Next, as shown in the following screenshot:

Creating an HTML host page

Select the gwt-jboss-ajax project ...

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