June 4, 2008
TechBookReport on 'Groovy Recipes'
Author: JT Smith
Now that Java platform is being recognised as a key asset to be exploited by programming languages other than Java, we've seen a flurry of activity in the area of dynamic/scripting languages. While JRuby has had plenty of support from Sun - including significant levels of support from NetBeans - there is also plenty of interest from in the Groovy programming language. For many Java developers the progression to Groovy rather than Java makes a lot of sense - the language has been expressly designed to make the most of a developer's existing Java skill set. And, for those looking for a good introduction there's the very wonderful 'Groovy In Action' to draw upon.