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Introduction to Grails

Issue 4 (2009-06-01) - Mateusz Mrozewski

In this article I would like to introduce Grails framework using a practical example and a way of generating the application based on a model called scaffolding. We will configure our work environment step by step and run our first application. It will serve as an entry point to further work with Grails.

What is Grails?

Grails is a

Graphical Modelling Framework

Issue 4 (2009-06-01) - Jakub Jurkiewicz

It is widely known that a good drawing can express more than a thousand words. That is why data visualisation capability is so important. Creating tools that allow us to present data in a visual way has been expensive and work-consuming. These problems were the basis to create GMF (Graphical Modeling Framework) which is one of the projects developed under

To-do list in Grails

Issue 5 (2009-10-01) - Mateusz Mrozewski

In the previous issue of JavaExpress I showed how to start working with Grails; install the environment, create the first project, domain classes with restrictions and how to use dynamic scaffolding. Now let us create a simple to-do list in Grails bottom-up. You will see how to develop a controller, use basic facilities of GORM and create custom views –

GORM – Grails Object Relational Mapping

Issue 6 (2009-12-09) - Mateusz Mrozewski

In this article I would like to present some basic information on GORM (Grails Object Relational Mapping) and further issues of this topic. After reading the article you will know how the persistence layer works in Grails.

Let's begin

GORM, the persistence layer in Grails is implemented as object relational mapping. Under its name we will find Hibernate or

Signal Framework for Java ME

Issue 6 (2009-12-09) - Marek Wiącek


Signal Framework is an open-source IoC, AOP and MVC framework for Java ME (J2ME) based on Spring. The framework has been designed to overcome the limitations of the CLDC API that prevent IoC containers implemented in Java SE from running on J2ME implementations. Signal Framework uses regular Spring XML configuration files, allowing developers to leverage existing tools and skill

Spring - kontener wstrzykiwania zależności

Issue 7 (2010-03-30) - Marcin Świerczyński

Czym jest Spring?

Spring Framework jest to platforma, której głównym celem jest uproszczenie procesu tworzenia oprogramowania klasy enterprise w technologii Java/J2EE. Rdzeniem Springa jest kontener wstrzykiwania zależności, który zarządza komponentami i ich zależnościami. Umożliwia on automatyczne wykrywanie tych zależności bez większego udziału programisty. Nie ma także problemu z własnoręczną konfiguracją – jeśli taki sposób pracy bardziej nam odpowiada. Cel jest

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