Isn’t it a mythical number? The 42nd edition of Groovy Weekly! Will we get the answer to life the universe and everything?
At least, we have a nice list of releases, this week, in particular with Grails 2.4.4, Geb 0.10 and the first milestone of Reactor 2.0!
And if there’s one thing I’d like to highlight in addition, that would be MrHaki’s release of his new book, the Spock Notebook, with all those nice recipes about our preferred testing framework.
Grails 2.4.4 released with bug fixes and improvements
Geb 0.10 released
Reactor 2.0.0.M1 released
Groovy Android Gradle plugin 0.3.2 released fixing joint compilation issues
JMH Gradle plugin 0.1.3 released
Gretty 1.1.5 is out
Roberto Guerra writes about Ratpack handlers and Groovy chains
Hans Dockter on Gradle and the road ahead, recorded at SF Java in June 2014
Cédric Champeau presented Groovy on Android, with a sample application using Google Wear, at SoftShake 2014
Danny Hyun presented Ratpack (slides and code included)
Guillaume Laforge gave his "What makes Groovy groovy" through Google Hangout at the Barcelona JUG
Iván López presented "Metaprogramming with Groovy" at GeeCON and offers links to his slides and code samples
More recordings of Trisha Gee's AngularJS / HTML5 / Groovy / Java / MongoDB talk
Cédric Champeau recorded this video showing a Google Wear application built with Groovy, that he demonstrated at the Soft Shake 2014 conference
Andrés Almiray repackages the huge Google Material Design icon as JARs that you can reuse in your web / desktop / mobile projects
Jacob Aae Mikkelsen published the Grails Diary week 43
A new CodinGame contest supporting Groovy is happening soon
A week into Groovy and Grails, and Yosi Pramajaya celebrates Groovy and Grails' awesomeness!
Jorge Martín is looking into adding some Groovy-ness to some Android APIs
Cédric Champeau wishes there were as many contributions to the Groovy documentation as there are edits on the Groovy entry on Wikipedia
Dierk König remarks a programming language popularity tanking where Groovy ranks 8th
Burt Beckwith shares the link to a tracker analyzing changes between Grails versions
Grails 2.4.4 available on GVM
Dierk König's been programming in Groovy for 10 years and is still amazed
After 10 years of Groovy, Dierk König notes that Java finally has high-order functions
Cédric Champeau published the code of his Google Wear Android application written in Groovy
Dierk König presents a null-safe monad in Groovy with Java 8 function
Stéphane Maldini shared a snippet showing a send & receive RabbitMQ flow with Reactor's AMQP support
MrHaki published the Spock Notebook
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