Groovy.Net, annotations, mocks, applet, and so on
Posted on 29 April, 2007 (1 decade ago)
After Groovy won the JAX 2007 innovation award, I took some time to look at what was going on in the blogosphere. There's always a lot of activity in the Groovy-sphere. It never ceases to amaze me how prolific the community is. Let's list some of the interesting posts I've come across this week-end.
Next week should be pretty interesting too as we're going to release the first beta of Groovy 1.1 in time just before JavaOne where there will be a lot of sessions dedicated to Groovy and Grails. Groovy will be the first alternative language for the JVM to support some Java 5 features. Groovy 1.1 supports annotations and static imports. If you plan to use another language than Java and leverage other key frameworks using annotations like Spring, EJB 3 / JPA, TestNG or Guice, your best option will be Groovy as it will be the sole alternative language supporting those frameworks.