UPDATE (Dec 10, 2013): The instructions below are outdated. Please head to this post on how to call Mashape APIs in your Android projects.
One of the ways that Mashape facilitates easy consumption of APIs is by offering auto-generated client libraries for several programming languages, for each of the APIs. You can see these as a row of buttons lined up in the middle-right section of each API page in Mashape.
Auto-generated client libraries
This saves both the API provider and consumer / developer a huge amount of coding time and manpower, which allows them to attend to more important…
Here at Mashape
, we are working on a dashboard in Google Web Toolkit
GWT is a very interesting project. You can find a lot of useful plugins and an active community. The main issue is that you can’t run GWT and its Eclipse plugin in a pure 64bit environment.
Here’s my problem: my laptop was a pure 64 bit environment. (Trust me, it was not easy to keep it so “pure” in its 2 years of life)
To run GWT on Debian 64bit, I had to follow the steps mentioned on this GWT issue forum: http://code.google.com/p/google-web-toolkit/issues/detail?id=135#c57