This Week in Grails (2013-11)

Graeme has been working on adding more asynchronous support for Grails 2.3, with additional controller features and new support for async GORM. Check out the initial documentation.

You can now register for GR8Conf EU at the “early bird” rates – be sure to get your tickets before the prices go up. They have announced the speaker lineup, and they are looking for sponsors. You can also check out their Laynrd page.

Registration for GR8Conf US is also open, and you have until the end of the week to get your ticket at the “Door Buster” rate.

The SpringOne 2GX call for papers call for papers is open, so submit a talk if you’re interested in speaking there in September. If you want to attend, register here before their prices go up.

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There was one new plugin released:

and 11 updated plugins:

  • coffeescript-resources version 0.3.7. Create coffeescript modules that automatically compiles on every file change with jCoffeeScript
  • console-enhancements version 1.0. Enhances the grails console output for better visibility
  • cxf-client version 1.5.2. Use existing (or new) Apache CXF wsdl2java generated content to invoke SOAP services
  • geasyui version 0.6. Supplies jQuery EasyUI resources and taglibs
  • goblin version 0.3.3. A browser game framework
  • gson version 1.1. Provides alternate JSON (de)serialization using Google’s Gson library
  • health-control version 0.2. Automated control of services, resources and other things that might fail from time to time
  • plastic-criteria version 0.7. Mock Grails Criteria for Unit Tests
  • spring-security-facebook version 0.13. Plugin for Facebook Authentication, as extension to Grails Spring Security Core plugin
  • spring-security-saml version 1.0.0.M20. SAML 2.x support for the Spring Security Plugin
  • webflow version 2.0.8. Integrates Spring Web Flow with Grails

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