Microservice frameworks like Ratpack & Spring Boot are picking up the pace. Grails 3 will be based on Spring Boot and will come with a whole new flavor to Grails development. Lets get familiar these services and keep ourselves abreast of this feature.
Details of the event will be updated shortly.
Check out Spring Data REST, a library than can rapidly bridge your data access layer to a RESTful interface using hypermedia. See how you can build the backend for your startup rapidly and using top notch practices. We will then look at Spring-A-Gram, a sample application built with Spring Data REST and other tools, that let’s you snap pictures from your laptop or smartphone, and uploads them to the server with little effort. Continue reading
Lets continue exploring Grails
Gradle uses the name
build.gradle as the default name for a build file. If we write our build code in a file
build.gradle then we don’t have to specify the build filename when we run tasks. We can create build files with a different name other than
build.gradle. For example we can define our build logic in a file
sample.gradle. To run the tasks from this build file we can use the command line option
--build-file followed by the file name. But we can also change the project settings and set a new default build file name for our project. With the changed project settings we do not have to use the command line options
--build-file. Continue reading
November’s meeting will feature agile trainer Scott Dunn speaking to us on how to create hyperproductive teams. Details to follow.
Fresh off our officially merged Meetup Groups, WWT is going to begin a rotating pattern of talks on UI/UX/frontend Focused topics and more programatic/backend topics. The idea is to cover a wider spectrum of today’s web technology, acknowledging that any given month a specific topic can technically be part of both fields. That’s just the world we work in nowadays. So, this month we’re going to get into SASS. The css preprocessor that’s taken the world by storm. It’s more and more becoming a required part of a developers workflow. It’s a lot of fun to work with and should be fun to learn! The talk will cover: Continue reading