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N-BRAIN's UNA Now Supports Groovy, Scala, Fan

N-BRAIN today announced release of the next micro version of UNA (1.0.7404). This version of UNA adds support for three new languages that run on the Java...

0 replies - 3928 views - 07/11/08 by John De Goes in Announcements

Easyb 0.9

The easyb team is pleased to announce the release of easyb 0.9, baby! easyb is a BDD framework (like RSpec & JBehave) that provides a domain specific...

0 replies - 6221 views - 06/30/08 by Andres Almiray in Announcements

Taking JavaFX Head-on: Java SwingBuilder 0.1.RC2 [UPDATED]

Java SwingBuilder is an attempt to bring dynamic language-type productivity to Java Swing UI development by defining the layout/event wiring/binding in a...

1 replies - 4328 views - 06/26/08 by Jacek Furmankiewicz in Announcements

Comparing Closures in Java, Groovy and Scala

On Paul's return from JavaOne this year, we spoke about Neal Gafter's Closures Cookbook talk. From what I understood, this was a look at the BGGA closures...

2 replies - 11811 views - 06/16/08 by Richard Dallaway in Articles

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1 replies - 3972 views - 05/27/08 by Snippets Manager in Uncategorized

Functional Web Services Testing Made Easy with SoapUI - Part 2

Part 1 of this series helped provide the background needed to begin exploring web services testing. We learned the basics of SoapUI and how easy it was to...

26 replies - 168091 views - 05/12/08 by Meera Subbarao in Articles

Jawr 2.0: Bundles and Minifies, now for Grails and Facelets

The latest release of Jawr allows Facelets and Grails users to leverage its capabilities. Jawr is an Open Source library which offers two complementary uses...

0 replies - 4151 views - 04/23/08 by jordi Hernandez in Announcements

JetGroovy 1.5 for IntelliJ IDEA is Out

We are pleased to announce the general availability of JetGroovy 1.5. This popular Groovy development plug-in for IntelliJ IDEA has been extended with a number...

8 replies - 9519 views - 04/15/08 by Ann Oreshnikova in Announcements

Book Review:Groovy Recipes: Greasing the Wheels of Java

2 replies - 8215 views - 04/01/08 by Meera Subbarao in Book Reviews

Is Groovy 60 Times Slower than Java?

 (In a word, no!) In a pair of very intriguing postings (here and here), Tiago details what he has been observing about the comparative performance of Groovy...

10 replies - 26098 views - 03/26/08 by Rick Ross in News

Hudson's so Groovy

Having used Cruise Control for almost 4 years, when I started looking at Hudson last week, I was impressed seeing how easy it was to configure and get it up...

0 replies - 13799 views - 03/24/08 by Meera Subbarao in Articles

GraphicsBuilder Tutorial IV: Strokes

Part four of the GraphicsBuilder tutorial series. It is now the turn for Strokes, with them you can change the appearance of any shape, outline or...

0 replies - 8805 views - 03/16/08 by Andres Almiray in Articles

Seamless integration of Java and Groovy with IntelliJ IDEA

IntelliJ IDEA provides a seamless and all-embracing development environment for integrated Java and Groovy development with high-end, borderless Debugging and...

0 replies - 15688 views - 03/12/08 by Michael Hüttermann in Articles

Using Groovy & BeanBuilder for Spring + Hibernate Integration Testing

It is already pretty widely known how great Groovy is for writing unit tests for your Java code. Thanks to having first class constructs for lists, maps and...

2 replies - 17886 views - 03/12/08 by Graeme Rocher in Articles

Grails vs. Rails - My Thoughts

In a recent comment on my blog, Jared Peterson asked: I'm curious if you have any thoughts on folks that might be trying to make a decision between Rails...

20 replies - 31600 views - 03/07/08 by Matt Raible in News

Integrating scripting languages into your DSL using JSR-223

I've been building tools for Model-Driven Engineering (sometimes known as Model-Driven Development) now for about 11 years, but this is the first time that...

4 replies - 4763 views - 03/03/08 by David Green in News

Groovy Recipes: Greasing the Wheels of Java

Groovy's major plus point is its seamless integration with Java. I was attracted to Groovy mainly becuase you can mix and match Groovy with Java. If you...

0 replies - 8855 views - 02/26/08 by Meera Subbarao in News

GraphicsBuilder Tutorial III: Paints & Colors

Third part of the GraphicsBuilder tutorial series, now it is the turn to demonstrate how you can apply colors and paints (flat colors and gradients) to shapes...

0 replies - 20737 views - 02/26/08 by Andres Almiray in Articles

Groovy (and Ruby) Only Solves Half the Problem

It is with some dismay I've been reading the latest Groovy discussions on Javalobby. I've spent quite some time learning Scala, so it bothered me a bit that...

10 replies - 18286 views - 02/20/08 by Mats Henricson in News

Groovy will replace the Java language as dominant language

Hear me out. In 2 to 3 years from now there we will see strong indications that Groovy is replacing the Java language as the dominant language on the JVM....

72 replies - 50052 views - 02/13/08 by Steven Devijver in News