Smart GWT includes certain features which are marked as "Experimental" because, while they
have been added to the core framework in a way that may be usable for many customers, there is
not a clear enough need for the features for Isomorphic to commit to long-term, cross-browser
support (as with all other features).
Experimental features are subject to the following
Experimental features are not covered by normal Support. If an
experimental feature isn't working as expected we'd like to know, but unlike core
framework features, our support contracts do not guarantee that every question will be
answered, every issue investigated, patches created for high priority bugs, phone support
or remote assistance for production issues, etc.
Functionality may not be
feature-complete. In some cases certain common use cases may not be addressed.
Experimental features are "use at your own risk". They could stop working entirely,
for example if they involve 3rd-party functionality that fails to maintain backwards
compatibility, or involve browser-specific capabilities that have not been
Experimental features are valid candidates for Feature
Sponsorship. You can pay Feature Sponsorship rates to enhance any experimental