This Week in Grails (2013-08)

Rob Fletcher released a new plugin this week for JSON serialization/deserialization using Google’s Gson library.

SpringOne 2GX 2013 has been announced, and it will be September 9-12 in Santa Clara, CA.

Tomas Lin created an interesting looking Grails template project on GitHub that is pre-configured for testing.

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There were 5 new plugins released:

  • casper-runner version 0.2. Runs functional CapserJS tests
  • goblin version 0.3.2. A browser game framework
  • gson version 1.0. Provides alternate JSON (de)serialization using Google’s Gson library
  • simple-suggestions version 0.1. Suggestion service to provide suggestions to auto complete controls
  • geasyui version 0.3. Supplies jQuery EasyUI resources and taglibs

and 12 updated plugins:

  • aws-sdk version 1.3.32. Use the Amazon Web Services infrastructure services
  • codenarc version 0.18.1. Static code analysis for Groovy
  • dumbster version 0.2. Adds support for the Dumbster SMTP server for testing
  • improx version 0.2. Use interactive mode from other process via TCP
  • jetty version 2.0.3. Makes Jetty the development time container
  • jquery-validation-ui version 1.4.1. Client Side Validation without writing JavaScript
  • kickstart-with-bootstrap version 0.9.2. Start your project with a good looking frontend, with adapted scaffolding templates for standard CRUD pages using Twitter Bootstrap
  • less-resources version Compile .less files into .css files
  • localizations version Store i18n strings in a database
  • plastic-criteria version 0.6. Mock Grails Criteria for Unit Tests
  • release version 2.2.1. Publishes Grails plugins either to a public or private repository
  • vaadin version 1.7.1. Adds Vaadin ( integration

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