GWT-CDN is a Web application for the platform Google App Engine created on the basis of the framework Google Web Toolkit.
GWT-CDN provides cloud storage and delivery of static content for:
Several Web applications that use shared static resources.
Web sites based on the Vosao CMS.
The size of the stored resource is determined by the constraint on the size of the HTTP response from the server Google App Engine – currently 32 megabytes.
To deploy the GWT-CDN:
Download the distribution.
Open the Eclipse IDE with the installed Google Plugin for Eclipse (https://developers.google.com/eclipse/docs/download).
From the menu File of the Eclipse IDE select the New | Other | Google | Web Application Project and click the Next. Type the project name and the name of the package, check the Use Google Web Toolkit and Use Google App Engine, uncheck the Generate project sample code and click the Finish.
In folder WAR of the project add the files of the downloaded GWT-CDN.
In the tag <application> of the project file appengine-web.xml specify the ID of the application Google App Engine.
In the Project Explorer right-click on the project and in the context menu select the Google | Deploy to App Engine.
You can download the application here.