This Week in Grails (2012-11)

We’re moving the central plugin repository from Codehaus to See Peter’s email describing what plugin authors will need to do, and Graeme’s email and HOWTO describing changes for plugin users.

The GR8Conf EU speakers have been announced and registration is now open with low EarlyBird prices until April 15th.

If you want to keep up with these “This Week in Grails” posts you can access them directly via their category link or in an RSS reader with the feed for just these posts.

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There was one new plugins released:

  • jasmine version 1.1. Test Runner for Jasmine: DOM-less simple JavaScript testing framework

and 11 updated plugins:

  • aws version Provide easy access to simpler functions of Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • cucumber version 0.2.3. Test your Grails apps with Cucumber
  • date-formatting version 0.2.6. Adds functions to the Date object to convert into various string formats
  • dojo version Integrates the Dojo javascript toolkit
  • facebook-sdk version 0.2.0. Allows your application to use the Facebook Platform and develop Facebook apps on or on web sites (with Facebook Connect)
  • fields version 1.1. Customizable form-field rendering based on overrideable GSP template
  • jesque-web version 0.3.1. Web interface to view and manage jesque queues, jobs and workers
  • qrcode version 0.2. Create QR codes
  • quartz version 1.0-RC1. Schedules jobs to be executed with a specified interval or cron expression using the Quartz Enterprise Job Scheduler
  • twitter-bootstrap version Twitter Bootstrap CSS framework resource files
  • webdriver version 0.4.1. Integrates Webdriver with Grails to allow functional testing in both HtmlUnit and real browsers

Interesting Tweets


User groups and Conferences

One Response to “This Week in Grails (2012-11)”

  1. Davide Cavestro says:

    Hey guys, the “Stop sopa” page from seems to somewhat hurt rss feed readers (like google reader). No other?

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