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Introduction to Grails

Tags: groovy, grails, introduction
submitted by admin 5 years ago

Watch a series of screencasts introducing Grails. Follow the series as the author creates a clone of Stack Overflow. Watch the screencast series at http://www.teachmetocode.com.

What is Grails?

Tags: promo, introduction
submitted by admin 4 years ago

Heard of Grails but don't know what it is? This short screencast will give you a feel for what it can do for you!

Want to learn more? Check out the Getting Started with Grails series of screencasts: http://grails.org/screencast/search?tag=gswg

Introduction to Grails - Part 2

Tags: grails, introduction, beginner
submitted by admin 4 years ago

In this screencast, we continue on our task of creating a 'Stack Overflow' clone by adding more domain classes and relationships between them. We also cover how to test your classes using integration tests.

Getting Started with Grails - Part 2

Tags: gswg, introduction, tutorial, gsp
submitted by admin 4 years ago

In this second screencast, learn how to start building a custom user interface for your web applications using controller actions, GSP views, and CSS stylesheets.

Previous screencast: http://grails.org/screencast/show/22

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Basics #1: Introduction to Grails

Tags: grails, introduction, example
submitted by admin 4 years ago

Video tutorial #1 of the Foundations in Grails series. This is an introduction to the components of Grails and the Model-View-Controler architecture. See http://www.GrailsExample.net for the entire course.

Basics #9: Building a Controller

Tags: introduction, controller
submitted by admin 3 years ago

Video tutorial #9 of the Foundations in Grails series. This video shows you how to build a controller, send text to the browser page, and set the default method. Visit http://www.GrailsExample.net for the entire course.