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NetBeans IDE 6.7.1 with JavaFX Now Available for Download!

The NetBeans Team is pleased to announce the release of NetBeans IDE 6.7.1, which supports the latest JavaFX SDK. Download NetBeans 6.7.1 (A JavaFX-only...

3 replies - 33489 views - 07/27/09 by Tinu Awopetu in Announcements

Gradle 2.0 Release - Brings Backwards Compatibility, Memory Efficiency, and Higher Performance

 Gradle 2.0 came out last week, and it's a pretty big move from Gradle--the first major version update they've done. With the major release comes a...

0 replies - 5961 views - 07/07/14 by Benjamin Ball in Articles

Spocklight: Ignore Specifications Based On Conditions

We can use the @Ignore and @IgnoreRest annotation in our Spock specifications to not run the annotated specifications or features. With...

0 replies - 1290 views - 06/23/14 by Hubert Klein Ikkink in Articles

How to Use Groovy to Build Android Apps

One of the key ideas of Groovy is to help Java developers be more productive, so why not bring it to Android? Luckily, Cédric Champeau has done exactly...

0 replies - 5562 views - 06/16/14 by Alec Noller in Articles

Powers of Ten - Part II

This post was originally written by Stephen Mallette and Daniel Kuppitz for Aurelius. “‘Curiouser and curiouser!’ cried Alice (she was so much...

0 replies - 1079 views - 06/04/14 by Marko Rodriguez in Articles

Mule DataMapper Groovy Sample Helper

As Mule consultants, one issue we seem to repeatedly face is the excessive amount of time spent building the input/output structure of the DataMapper....

0 replies - 1495 views - 05/28/14 by Alan Cassar in Articles

The Best of the Week (Apr. 25): SQL Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the SQL Zone (Apr. 25 to May 1). Here they are, in order of popularity:1....

0 replies - 2355 views - 05/04/14 by Alec Noller in Articles

An intro so Groovy/Spock testing, why you should consider it

As a developer, testing is very important. Some developers have the mindset of “Meh, I write code, testing is a QAs job”, which is pretty poor. It’s much...

0 replies - 5398 views - 04/25/14 by James Elsey in Articles

Adding properties to domain classes on the fly using groovy propertyMissing feature

Adding properties to domain classes on the fly using groovy propertyMissing feature Sometimes we need to add properties to domain classes on the fly. ...

0 replies - 6573 views - 04/01/14 by Jagadeesh Manne in Articles

The Best of the Week (Mar. 21): SQL Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the SQL Zone (Mar. 21 to Mar. 27). Here they are, in order of popularity:1....

0 replies - 2653 views - 03/30/14 by Alec Noller in Articles

RelProxy: A Hot Class Reloader and Scripting for Java and Groovy

What is RelProxy? RelProxy has three principal features: 1) A class reloader in runtime from source code in Groovy or Java. Similar to JRebel but not...

0 replies - 9626 views - 02/15/14 by Jose Maria Arranz in Articles

Groovy and JSch : SFTP transferring files

This is a simple example of how to transfer a file using Groovy, JSch, and SFTP. 

0 replies - 2088 views - 01/14/14 by Brad Rippe in Uncategorized

Spring 4 with Groovy

 Finally the wait is over, Spring 4 is here and one of the best features is that now has a fully support for Groovy. The Spring team did a fantastic job...

0 replies - 4235 views - 12/26/13 by Felipe Gutierrez in Articles

Productive Programming in Groovy

The only thing constant in this world is change! In the 1990s, Java shook up the computing world by bringing managed runtime (virtual machines) to mainstream...

2 replies - 17283 views - 12/04/13 by Sg Ganesh in Articles

Data Access Module using Groovy with Spock testing

This blog is more of a tutorial where we describe the development of a simple data access module, more for fun and learning than anything else. All code can be...

0 replies - 6476 views - 11/06/13 by Justin Calleja in Articles

Groovy Graphs with Grails and Gremlins

This article provides a practical introduction to graph databases with a focus on the Groovy ecosystem. It explores Grails GORM support for Neo4j as well as...

0 replies - 5137 views - 09/05/13 by Robin Bramley in Articles

Spock - Return Nested Spies / Mocks

Hi! Some time ago I have written an article about Mockito and using RETURNS_DEEP_STUBS when working with JAXB. Quite recently we have faced a similliar...

0 replies - 6157 views - 08/08/13 by Marcin Grzejszczak in Articles

Glue and Big Data: Getting Started, Part 1

Where to start? Glue is split into three parts: glue-rest - this is the workflow engine that will execute your jobs gluecron - this is the...

1 replies - 822 views - 08/07/13 by Gerrit Jansen V... in Articles

BigData Workflows Made Easy -> Glue

Glue is a job execution engine, written in Java and Groovy. Workflows are written in Groovy DSL / Jython / Clojure / JRuby and use pre-developed modules...

0 replies - 3339 views - 07/25/13 by Gerrit Jansen V... in Articles

Java 7 vs Groovy 2.1 Performance Comparison

I haven't used Groovy for 2 years, since my last touch with Grails. I get stuck in (hard)core Enterprise Java, with some performance aspects in background....

7 replies - 17018 views - 07/15/13 by Jakub Kubrynski in Articles