Red Hat
Nov 7, 2013
by Christian Sadilek
If you've seen our recent blog posts, you know that work on Errai 3 is progressing quickly with even more additions to our declarative programming model, performance improvements and a number of simplifications that aim to make getting started a lot easier. All details can be found in our roadmap. Please take a few minutes to review our plan. We're always looking for feedback. At Red Hat we innovate together with our open source communities and we rely on your input and collaboration!

As you know, Errai is based on GWT which itself is a healthy open source project with a large and active community. GWT is a fantastic technology that not only boosts developer productivity, especially in complex browser-based applications, its extensibility also allows for building frameworks like Errai on top of it. Since 2006 I have been using GWT successfully in a number of different projects and I am happy to announce that I got the opportunity to join the GWT Steering Committee. I am honored to represent Red Hat and continue the work that Mike Brock has led in regards to Errai and GWT. I look forward to contributing to one of the best ecosystems in the Java open source landscape.

Red Hat's investment in GWT is not only based on Errai but also on a number of customer facing applications as well as new project called UberFire, a web-based workbench framework implemented with GWT and Errai, led by Jonathan Fuerth.

Errai will also be represented at the GWT.create conference, the biggest GWT community event happening in San Francisco and Frankfurt this December. Jonathan and myself will be presenting in San Francisco, Erik Jan de Wit in Frankfurt. We hope to meet many of you at these events and discuss the future of Errai and GWT or engage in other technology debates :).

GWT and Errai are both mature technologies with a bright future ahead!

We hope to meet many of you at these eventsWe
We hope to meet many of you at these events
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