This Week in Grails (2012-17)

Check out this post on using Shiro to secure a Grails application. The Spring Security plugins are much more widely used but Shiro is an excellent security framework and deserves a lot more attention in the Grails community.

Not strictly Grails-related, but an interesting read on using WebSockets in Tomcat 7.

And not even coding-related, but here are two funny Tumbler sites that should be in your RSS reader: Texts From Dog and one tiny hand.

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There was one new plugin released:

  • yammer-metrics version 2.1.2-1. Packages Coda Hale’s yammer metrics jars

and 9 updated plugins:

  • ckeditor version Implements the integration layer between Grails and the CKEditor web rich text editor.
  • dojo version Integrates the Dojo javascript toolkit
  • fitnesse version 2.0.3. Makes it possible to use the popular Open Source testing framework Fitnesse in combination with Grails.
  • marshallers version 0.2. Easy registration and usage of custom XML and JSON marshallers supporting hierarchical configurations
  • oauth version 2.0.1. Provides easy interaction with OAuth service providers
  • pusher version 0.3. Wrapper for REST api
  • redis version 1.3. Provides integration with a Redis datastore
  • spring-batch version 0.2.1. Provides the Spring Batch framework and convention based Jobs
  • spring-security-facebook version 0.7.3. Plugin for Facebook Authentication, as extension to Grails Spring Security Core plugin

Interesting Tweets

User groups and Conferences

3 Responses to “This Week in Grails (2012-17)”

  1. Craig Burke says:

    I definitely agree about Shiro. I’ve found it easier to use than Spring Security.

  2. guru says:

    Remember me is not working in multitenat and spring security plugin.Please help me to solve this issue

    • Burt says:

      Posting a question on a random blog post isn’t the most efficient way to get help. Try the Grails User mailing list.

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