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Grooscript in Action
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| by Jorge Franco on Dec 13, 2015 |

Jorge Franco talks about Grooscript, a library that converts Groovy code to JavaScript. He presents it, with the good parts and their limitations. He uses domain classes in the server and the client. Jorge navigates through a dynamic single page application created in Groovy, all parts tested with Spock. He uses web sockets to speed up development reloading pages on the fly.

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Jorge Franco is a Java, Groovy, Grails, JavaScript and a Grooscript developer.

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