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Beside doing an overview of the Grails framework, Jeff Brown shows how to write a Spring-integrated application in Grails. Some of the topics covered are: Spring Beans in Groovy, DI in Grails, Grails and Spring MVC, Database transaction management and remoting with Spring in Grails.
In the last year or two, there has been a veritable explosion in the number of Grails plugins out there. Without proper testing, however, they run the risk of falling into disuse as users avoid them. In this interactive session, we will use several techniques to test different aspects of a Grails plugin. This will include functional testing via Selenium RC and testing of scripts.
Christian Dupuis, Principal Engineer with SpringSource, discusses SpringSource Tool Suite’s Groovy, Grails and Roo support, Cloud Foundry integration, and future plans for the product.
In this podcast, Dr. Dave Syer talks on the recently released Spring 3.0 and Grails 1.2, the options for configuring dependency injection are multiplying. He talks on the options available which include XML, Groovy, @Autowire, @Inject, @Configuration, component scanning, to list only the newest and the most popular and discusses the advantages and disadvantages and how you can choose the right tool for the job.
Many people know that Grails is based on Groovy, Spring, Hibernate, etc., but how are all these tools and libraries knitted together? How, when it comes down to it, does Grails work? This talk will cover several areas of Grails, looking at the most important classes and how they fit together. Find out about the build system, plugins, GORM, and HTTP request handling, amongst others.
Guillaume Laforge and Graeme Rocher talk about the new features in Groovy 1.7 and Grails 1.2, how Groovy and Grails are related to each other, and how the acquisition by SpringSource has affected their development.
How is your lone web server going to handle all the traffic you’ll get when it lands on Slashdot or the front page of Digg? Probably not well. To prepare for all of this popularity you’re going to need multiple servers, but there’s more to it than buying hardware.
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Adobe Flex is a Rich Internet Application framework that allows developers to build robust and powerful applications for the web and the desktop. In this talk, Tomas Lin discusses the major technologies and tools available within the Grails / Flex ecosystem and dive into building a simple and fun application using the Flex plugin, BlazeDS, Grails and Flash Builder 4.
The next major version of the Groovy Eclipse Plugin is built on a new builder technology, where the Eclipse JDT Compiler has been extended to seamlessly integrate groovy compilation. This gives developers a totally new experience working on Groovy and Java code in Eclipse as most UI features “just work” out of the box. Building on top of the greatly improved incremental Groovy Eclipse Plugin, recently the first version of Grails tools was integrated into the free SpringSource Tool Suite. This session will introduce the tools and show how you …