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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 - 17149 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 - 9826 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 - 9500 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 - 9444 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 - 11121 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 - 1956 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 - 30500 views - 12/31/10 by Kai Wähner in Articles

Implementing a Tag-Cloud App on Google App Engine with JDO + Security + Groovy Server Pages

This article introduces the steps involved in making a web application for Google App Engine platform that uses Google’s persistence and security...

0 replies - 8204 views - 09/02/10 by Roshan Dawrani in Articles

Refcardz Cheat Sheet - Getting Started with Griffon

Get your free DZone Refcard on Getting Started with Griffon now! Griffon is a Grails-like application for rich desktop applications and is built on top of...

0 replies - 10645 views - 07/19/10 by Lyndsey Clevesy in Announcements

Video: Tales of a DSL-Maker

Shawn Hartsock works with the SaaS Tempo framework, which offers data capture services and clinical study management services to organizations that are trying...

0 replies - 7981 views - 06/10/10 by Eric Hagan in Videos

Creating Master-Detail Forms with Vaadin and Grails

In the article, Groovy, Grails and Vaadin, Petter Holmström outlined an example of using Vaadin with Grails, to build a simple data bound UI for a single...

5 replies - 31419 views - 05/31/10 by Chee-keong Lee in Articles

Flex on Java eXchange 2010 - June 16th

 Skills Matter is pleased to organise the first Annual Flex on Java eXchange, bringing together the leading experts on RIA, Flex, Java, Spring and Grails...

0 replies - 1333 views - 05/10/10 by Wendy Devolder in Announcements

Magnolia CMS 4.3 Released with Groovy and Multi-site Support

Magnolia CMS released version 4.3 of its Open Source content management system today. This release includes full support for the Groovy scripting language. It...

0 replies - 1837 views - 03/26/10 by Ryan Singer in Announcements

Seco JVM Scripting Environment Released

Kobrix Software is pleased to announce the release of Seco 0.3 Seco, formerly known as Scriba, is a scripting development environment for JVM-based dynamic...

0 replies - 1582 views - 03/18/10 by Borislav Iordanov in Announcements

Maven2 to Gradle Converter

Last JavaEdge I delivered a session about Java build tools landscape. My impression from this overview is solid - Gradle rocks. It is a best of breed and...

1 replies - 15785 views - 02/23/10 by Baruch Sadogursky in Articles

Fast immutable persistent functional queues for concurrency with Groovy

Everybody probably heard that functional data structures are great for concurrency. In this note I am going to show why is it so and to show how easy to...

1 replies - 12497 views - 02/22/10 by Alex Tkachman in Articles

Groovy.compareTo(Groovy++) - Part 1

My previous article A sneak peek into Groovy++ covered what Groovy++ is, what are the pros and cons of using it, where it fits compared to Groovy and Java and...

4 replies - 12877 views - 02/07/10 by Roshan Dawrani in Articles

Using Groovy to Generate Objective-C

I'm in the process of porting a Windows Mobile application to the iPhone for a local company.  The existing Windows Mobile application uses a local database...

5 replies - 10159 views - 02/05/10 by Gregg Bolinger in Articles

Reloading Java Classes: Classloaders in Web Development — Tomcat, GlassFish, OSGi, Tapestry 5

In this article we’ll review how dynamic classloaders are used in real servers, containers and frameworks to reload Java classes and applications. ...

4 replies - 17152 views - 01/23/10 by Dave Booth in Articles

Java Power Tools Author John Smart Comes to the UK

 Well known in the Java community for his many published articles, and as author of the Java Power Tools book, John Smart has agreed to fly over from New...

0 replies - 1810 views - 01/04/10 by Wendy Devolder in Announcements