Using GWT Development Mode will launch the
CodeServer and a embedded Jetty web server by default. There will start two servers, the first being the Jetty web server and the CodeServer which will listen for compile requests from the browser.
- DevMode will run the Super DevMode
CodeServerby default in GWT 2.7.0+.
- Mobile debugging uses the web server on the device.
-war output/to/warDir to direct the compiler to put the output in the war directory. This argument is sent to the -launcherDir in the CodeServer. This prevents from having to use the bookmarklets.
-bindAddress 0.0.0.0 to bind on every IP address.
Create and reuse a launcher by right clicking on the project and going to the
Debug As and then to
GWT Development Mode with Jetty. Once started the compiler will ouput into the console then open GWT Development View with links to open the browser.
First create a launcher by right clicking on the project and going to
GWT Development Mode with Jetty.
Then open the browser by right clicking on URL
Changing Program Arguments
After a launcher has been created you can change the arguments. Goto the
Debug Configurations and choose the
GWT Development Mode (DevMode) launcher configuration.
- Find the available program arguments here: DevMode Arguments
First choose the
Then choose the
GWT Development Mode (DevMode) and then choose the launcher created.