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Grails aims to bring the "coding by convention" paradigm to Groovy. It's an open-source web application framework that leverages the Groovy language and complements Java Web development. Grails is licensed under the liberal Apache 2.0 Software License.

Below is a list of documentation currently available for Grails:

  1. Installation - General installation notes
  2. Quick Start - Help to get up and running quickly
  3. API Javadocs - The latest API Javadocs
  4. API Javadocs - The Grails 1.1.1 API Javadocs
  5. Tutorials - Loads of info here including screencasts, podcasts, tutorials, articles and more!!
  6. Books - Available books on Grails and Groovy
  7. Plugins - A list of available plug-ins for Grails
  8. Tools - A list of related tools such as scripts and widgets
  9. Success Stories - List of sites known or suspected to be based on Grails
  10. Maven Support - Maven repository and artifacts (work in progress)
  11. Developer Documentation - Stuff to help you work on Grails itself; basically how it works