The Google Plugin for Eclipse is deprecated and will be removed in January 2018. Migrate to Cloud Tools for Eclipse and/or the GWT Eclipse Plugin as soon as possible to avoid disruption.

GWT Wizards

The Google Plugin for Eclipse includes a set of wizards to help you quickly create new GWT artifacts. To find them, click on the New New button on the toolbar and open the GWT category. Alternatively, you can find them in the File > New menu.

Creating Modules

The New GWT Module wizard creates a new GWT module with the specified name. You can customize which modules your new module inherits.

New GWT Module wizard

Creating Entry Points

The New Entry Point Class wizard creates a new entry point class and associated <entry-point> module element. It is very similar to the standard New Java Class wizard, except that it requires that you also specify the module the entry point is for, and it automatically includes EntryPoint in the set of interfaces to implement.

New Entry Point wizard

Creating HTML Pages

The New HTML Page wizard generates a new HTML host page referencing the startup scripts of the selected modules. You can specify whether you would like to include support for browser history.

New HTML wizard

Creating UiBinders

The New UiBinder wizard creates new UiBinder templates and owner classes. Once generated, you can use the custom editor to build up your user interface, while the automatic validation minimizes errors at compile-time.

New UiBinder wizard

Creating ClientBundle Interfaces

The New ClientBundle Interface wizard creates new ClientBundle interfaces. Once a new ClientBundle is generated, you can also easily add more resources and validate its structure and backing resource files.

New ClientBundle wizard

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