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The Codehaus server has had a disk crash last week, which explains why the Groovy web site, CVS resources, download area and mailing-lists were not working properly. The administrators are working on bringing back all the services. The exact status can be followed from the Codehaus homepage.

Sorry for the inconvenience, and thanks a lot for your understanding and your patience. 

Developing web applications , writing shell scripts easily, writing concise, meaningful, test cases using Groovy's JUnit integration, or prototyping and producing real industrial strength applications have never been so concise and groovy.

Groovy works cleanly with all existing Java objects and libraries and compiles straight to Java bytecode in either application development or scripting mode.

Groovy provides powerful additional :

  • language conceptual enhancements
    • Support for closures - re-usable blocks of code
    • Native syntax for lists and maps
    • Support the Gof Builder pattern via the notion of builders
    • Syntax level regex operators and escape sequences
    • Native JavaBean support
    • Operator overloading  to simplify working with datatypes Collections and Maps
    • Polymorphic iteration and autoboxing
    • Extension of Java Standard Library through the GDK
    • ...
  • useful standard features to enhance developer productivity such as:
  • great user defined modules
    • Grails : Groovy on rails for easy multi-tier application development
    • Gram : a simple xdoclet-like tool for processing doclet tags or Java 5 annotations
    • COM Scripting
    • GroovySWT : wrapper around SWT , the eclipse graphical library
    • GroovySOAP: accessing through groovy web services
    • GSP : Groovy server pages
    • GSQL : accessing databases through Groovy
    • Process : handling external processes
    • XML-RPC : RPC over HTTP really easilly
    • Jabber-RPC: RPC over Jabber based instant messaging systems (including Google Talk)
    • GoogleDataSupport: Use the Google Data APIs esilly from within Groovy
    • GORM : Grails Object-Relational Mapping

Enjoy making your code groovier !!!!

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