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  • Orchestrating RESTful Services With Mule ESB And Groovy

    by David Dossot on  Aug 25, 2009 5

    In this article, David Dossot, co-author of Mule in Action, examines the power of Mule RESTpack and Groovy in orchestrating RESTful services in the Mule messaging platform. The article detail the interactions for each of these steps and will consider what particular Mule moving parts and Groovy features we have used to achieve such an interaction.

  • What's New in Groovy 1.6

    by Guillaume LaForge on  Feb 27, 2009 20

    Groovy project lead writes about Groovy 1.6 changes and improvements, including include performance enhancements, integration of JMX Builder, and OSGi readiness.

  • Writing JEE applications with Grails and Flex

    by Maarten Winkels on  Nov 03, 2008 11

    Grails and Flex both have significant advantages in different parts of the software stack. In this new article you will learn how they can be combined to take advantage of each's strengths. Topics covered include component communication, data transfer, and JMS integration.

Securing a Grails Application with Acegi Security

Posted by Fadi Shami on  Feb 25, 2008

This article discusses the integration of the grails-acegi plugin with a sample Grails application. As part of this integration, there are three major components – Groovy, Grails and Acegi Security. 16

What's New in Groovy 1.5

Posted by Guillaume Laforge on  Dec 09, 2007

In this article Groovy Lead Guillaume Laforge provides an overview of the new and noteworthy features of Groovy 1.5 including support for Java 5 features such as annotations and generics. 17

Book Excerpt and Review: Groovy in Action

Posted by Jason Rudolph on  Jun 13, 2007

Groovy in Action provides a guided tour to learning the Groovy language. InfoQ is excited to present an excerpt of the book of along with a review by Grails team member Jason Rudolph.

Painless AOP with Groovy

Posted by John McClean on  Oct 02, 2006

John McClean shows how to use Groovy's MOP to perform AOP interception without proxyies or bytecode manipulation, and shows how the same is possible in Ruby and other dynamic languages. 9

Book Review: Agile Java Development with Spring, Hibernate and Eclipse.

Posted by Matt Morton on  Jun 28, 2006

In this book Anil Hemrajani relates Agile practices to Java and the Spring, Hibernate, and Eclipse open source toolsets. It's a useful book for technical managers and Java web developers. 4

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