Groovy Weekly #58
The past week’s been pretty calm, in terms of news, but a few of them really stood out.
Netflix again leverages Groovy for scripting its user experience API (additional coverage following last week’s announcement).
The Gradleware team delivered Gradle 2.3! Congrats guys!
And closer to home, a very important discussion about moving Groovy into a foundation has started, inviting members and representatives of different foundations to join and offer their views and experience on the matter.
Gradle 2.3 released
Gradle 2.3-rc-3 is ready for testing
Spock-reports 1.2.4 released
gServ 0.9.6 released, a Groovy-based container-less REST framework
GBench 0.4.3 released
A Forbes article explains how a Netflix innovation unleash the creativity in their business, thanks to Nicobar, their Groovy based scripting solution
Jaxenter on the ongoing discussion about moving the Groovy project to a foundation
Masato Nagai benchmarks Groovy's as operator between Groovy 2.3 and 2.4, using GBench
Jeff Beck writes about Grails integration testing of complex transactions
Getting started with Android development using Groovy 2.4 and Android Studio
Releasing a project to Maven Central with Gradle by John McClean
Geb and Gradle rules by Dave Smith
Gradle rules by Dave Smith
An important discussion on moving Groovy to a foundation
Cédric Champeau becomes a JavaOne rock star thanks to his excellent presentation on rethinking APIs with traits during JavaOne 2014
Duncan Dickinson launches his Groovy 2 tutorial series, with 4 tutorials on getting started, variables, operators, and control flow statements
You can vote for an improvement to let Gradle-built IntelliJ IDEA projects support clickable source code files from the output window
Grails Diary Week 7 of 2015 by Jacob Aae Mikkelsen
Cédric Champeau calls for feedback and seeks advice on the idea of moving Groovy to a foundation
Andrés Almiray publishes the first Griffon tutorial for the next iteration of the Griffon website
The GVM vendor API is now in a dev environment
GrooScript updated its groovy ecosystem frameworks page
The JFrog crew earned a JavaOne Rock Star title thanks to their Groovy puzzlers talk
Gradle 2.3 available through GVM
The Groovy puzzlers guys are looking for new Groovy puzzlers for their second season!
Tim Yates and Cédric Champeau are playing Groovy code golf on Fibonacci
Tim Yates shares some snippets combining Groovy and GroovyFX
Episode 48 of the JavaPubHouse is about using Groovy and Gradle for Java projects
Iván López will be speaking about being a full-stack Groovy developer at the Spring.IO conference
Marco Vermeulen notes that SpringOne2GX keeps its 2GX suffix and that the CFP is open
Craig Burke will be talking about Angular.JS in a Groovy world at GR8Conf US