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Groovy as "Better Java"

You can use groovy in different ways - for scripting, Grails, quick prototyping, creation of DSLs etc. But I like Groovy first of all as "better...

11 replies - 14646 views - 06/08/12 by Pavel Bernshtam in News

Progress Report from the Java EE Conference “Confess 2012″

This week, I was at Confess 2012 in Leogang, Salzburg (Austria). Confess is an international conference for Java professionals in its fifth year, organized...

0 replies - 2515 views - 05/14/12 by Kai Wähner in Articles

Functional Programming on the JVM

Introduction In recent times, many programming languages that run on JVM have emerged. Many of these languages support the concept of writing code in a...

0 replies - 14686 views - 05/14/12 by Gagan Agrawal in Articles

How fast are JVM-based languages growing among developers?

The Big Three - Scala, Clojure and Groovy. The following is an article written by TheCodeGeneral (not too sure who he is, but is quite respected in the...

0 replies - 10154 views - 05/14/12 by Judah Johns in Articles

Which Integration Framework Should You Use – Spring Integration, Mule ESB or Apache Camel?

Data exchanges between companies are increasing a lot. The number of applications that must be integrated is increasing, too. The interfaces use different...

0 replies - 28262 views - 01/19/12 by Kai Wähner in Articles

Neo4j on Heroku - Part 2

We are picking up where we left off on Neo4j on Heroku –Part One so make sure you’ve read it or you’ll be a little lost. So far, we have cloned the...

0 replies - 4811 views - 01/17/12 by Max De Marzi in Articles

Neo4j on Heroku - Part 1

On his blog Marko A. Rodriguez showed us how to make A Graph-Based Movie Recommender Engine with Gremlin and Neo4j. In this two part series, we are...

0 replies - 7493 views - 01/17/12 by Max De Marzi in Articles

Compete.com Webstats Scrape Groovy

0 replies - 3454 views - 01/16/12 by Jerry Vigil in Uncategorized

Daily Dose: Windows Phone gets a New App Hub

Microsoft announced a new hub for Windows Phone developers today, called the "App Hub". The new marketplace will feature geographic markets, options...

0 replies - 21210 views - 07/21/11 by Ross Jernigan in Daily Dose

OpenXava 4.2: Web Applications for iPad with Java

OpenXava is a tool for Rapid Java Web Development, well-suited for business and database oriented applications. Since v4.2 OpenXava also produces iPad Web...

0 replies - 2270 views - 06/21/11 by Javier Paniza in Announcements

Daily Dose: First Milestone Of Grails 1.4 Released

Grails users will be happy to see that Grails 1.4, the first milestone of the open source framework, was released this week, featuring major changes such as:-...

0 replies - 9978 views - 06/08/11 by Jim Moscater in Daily Dose

My Resume Application: Built with ColdFusion + FW/1 + CouchDB

The last few days I decided I wanted to play around with Apache's CouchDB, one of the more popular database engines in the No-SQL movement. For those who...

0 replies - 11393 views - 05/07/11 by Adam Presley in News

Gant 1.9.5 released

There was a regression in the 1.9.4 release of Gant that could not be ignored. The problem has been corrected, and a new release candidate checked by the...

0 replies - 1199 views - 05/03/11 by Russel Winder in Announcements

Groovy 1.8.0 released

The Groovy development team is really pleased and proud to announce the release of the final version of Groovy 1.8.0! After a lot of work and efforts...

0 replies - 16850 views - 04/27/11 by Andres Almiray in Announcements

DZone interviews: Ted Naleid on Grails/Redis

Ted Naleid is a well known member of the Grails community. He has authored a couple plugins and submitted valuable feedback and patches across the years. He...

0 replies - 9417 views - 04/26/11 by Andres Almiray in News

DCI in Groovy

DCI (Data Context Interaction) is a new way to look at object oriented programming. If you’d like to read some theory to see the difference between DCI...

2 replies - 9188 views - 04/01/11 by Victor Savkin in News

Fork/Join in slow motion

Have you ever wondered how fork/join algorithm really works? You can read a description but it is much better to actually see how the tasks are split, how the...

7 replies - 9241 views - 03/28/11 by Lukas Krecan in Tips and Tricks

Be Standard, be Free: Use JSR-303 for Validation

No matter what type of application we develop, coding validations is our everyday task. For years we have used a big variety of techniques and frameworks...

7 replies - 10629 views - 03/03/11 by Javier Paniza in Articles

OpenXava 4.0.1: AJAX applications from domain classes

OpenXava is a productive way for creating business AJAX applications with Java. With OpenXava you only need to write domain classes (simple Java or Groovy...

0 replies - 1915 views - 01/12/11 by Javier Paniza in Announcements

Categorization and Comparison of Popular Web Frameworks in the Java / JVM Environment

The following article shows a categorization of Java / JVM web-frameworks, considering different types of web applications. The intention is to give an...

12 replies - 29519 views - 12/31/10 by Kai Wähner in Articles