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This is an ongoing series of basic introductory lessons on using the Grails Framework. I am a lecturer in Singapore and planning these for my students. Do give me comments below.
- Background of Grails.
- Installation of Netbeans & Grails.
- The fi...
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
The source code for the sample ...
This is the first of a series of introductory screencasts showing you how to develop an application with the Grails web framework. It takes you through the process of creating a simple domain model and generating a basic CRUD user interface for the m...
This screencast shows you the process of forking a Grails project from GitHub, making changes, and then submitting those changes via pull requests.
In this screencast I introduce the iWebkit plugin that will help you building in no time Mobile Web Application with Grails. The screencast is a bit outdated as there as been some updates on the plugin but the main concepts stays the same. Be sure to...
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.
Are you new to Grails? Grails is an excellent alternative to Ruby on Rails, which uses Groovy / Java. In this screencast, learn how to create a simple CRUD system with Grails.
In this screencast, I cover how to use custom Grails configurations along with filters to enable url-based site skins.
Part 1 of a series on building a grails app. See my blog @ http://jts-blog.com/?p=7748
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