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    Introduction to Grails (Groovy vs Java and Grails vs Rails are included) Introduction to Grails (Groovy vs Java and Grails vs Rails are included) Presentation Transcript

    • GRAILS Ezgi AYVAZOGLUApril 2014 - IZMIR
    • Content  What is Grails?  Why full stack?  What is Groovy?  Grails vs Rails  Groovy vs Java  Testing in Grails  Examples
    • Grails ( on Rails) is an  Open Source,  full stack,  web application framework for the Java Virtual Machine. It uses the Groovy programming language which is an agile, object oriented & dynamic programming language for the Java Virtual Machine. What is Grails?
    • What is Grails? Rapid Web Application Development Framework  For the JVM,  Inspired by Ruby on Rails, Django and others.
    • What is Grails?  Convention over Configuration (CoC),  Don’t Repeat Yourself (DRY).
    • Grails Architecture
    • How Grails is full stack framework?-1 Normally when you build applications, you need…  Database management (ORM)  Presentation (User Interface)  Service Layer  Configuration Grails will provide you functionality to all those areas so you don't need to look for a set of frameworks, just use one.
    • Grails attempts to solve as many pieces of the web development puzzle through the core technology and its associated plug-ins.  An easy to use Object Relational Mapping (ORM) layer built on Hibernate,  An expressive view technology called Groovy Server Pages (GSP),  A controller layer built on Spring MVC, How Grails is full stack framework?-2
    • A controller layer built on Spring MVC?  Basic controller logic,  Data binding and validation,  Runtime configurations,  Transactions.
    •  A command line scripting environment built on the Groovy-powered Gant,  An embedded Tomcat container which is configured for on the fly reloading,  Dependency injection with the inbuilt Spring container, How Grails is full stack framework?-3
    •  Support for internationalization (i18n) built on Spring's core MessageSource concept,  A transactional service layer built on Spring's transaction abstraction. How Grails is full stack framework?-4
    •  All of these are made easy to use through the power of the Groovy language and the extensive use of Domain Specific Languages (DSLs) Why full stack?
    • Groovy
    • What is Groovy?  Groovy is an object-oriented programming language for the Java platform.  It is a dynamic language with features similar to those of Python, Ruby, Perl, and Smalltalk.  It can be used as a scripting language for the Java Platform, is dynamically compiled to Java Virtual Machine (JVM).
    • Grails vs Rails
    • Grails vs Rails - 1  Groovy vs Ruby  API documentation better than Rails  Solid frameworks underneath, such as spring, hibernate  Both has a active community, Rails more popular, and more jobs, more books.
    • Grails vs Rails - 2  DB Migrations  GORM vs Active Record  REST  Faster than Rails, but used lot of memory, cheaper hosting  Rails mature than Grails  Rails release/update more often
    • Groovy vs Java
    • Default imports  java.io.*  java.lang.*  java.math.BigDecimal  java.math.BigInteger  java.net.*  java.util.*  groovy.lang.*  groovy.util.* Groovy vs Java -1
    • Groovy vs Java - 2  Closures  Native syntax for lists and maps  GroovyMarkup and GPath support  Native support for regular expressions  Polymorphic iteration and powerful switch statement  Dynamic and static typing is supported - so you can omit the type declarations on methods, fields and variables def clos = { println "hello!" } clos() //prints "hello!"
    • In Java:  for (int i=0; i < len; i++) {...} In Groovy  for (i in 0..len-1) {...} or  for (i in 0..<len) {...} or  len.times {...}. Groovy vs Java - 3
    •  Semicolons are optional. Use them if you like (though you must use them to put several statements on one line).  The return keyword is optional. You can use the this keyword inside static methods (which refers to this class).  Methods and classes are public by default. Protected in Groovy has the same meaning as protected in Java. Groovy vs Java - 4
    • Groovy vs Java - 5
    • Testing
    • Testing  Integration To execute the JUnit integration tests you can run: grails test-app integration:integration  Unit The following command will run all test types in the unit phase: grails test-app unit:
    • Testing - Spock  Spock is a testing and specification framework for Java and Groovy applications.  What makes it stand out from the crowd is its beautiful and highly expressive specification language.  This plug-in brings the power of Spock to Grails. grails test-app :spock
    •  To run the all of the spock tests in the functional phase you would run. grails test-app functional:spock  More than one pattern can be specified. grails test-app unit:spock integration:spock  Test and type/phase targetting can be applied at the same time: grails test-app integration: unit: some.org.**.* (This would run all tests in the integration and unit phases that are in the package some.org or a subpackage.) Testing - Spock
    • Tools  IDE: GGTS, Eclipse 3.5、NetBeans 6.8、 IDEA 9、Spring STS 2.3.0  Editor:E-Texteditor、Textmate、GEdit  Build:Maven、Ant、Ivy  WebContainer:Tomcat、Jetty  Database:HSQL、MySQL  GRAG
    • GGTS  The Groovy/Grails Tool Suite provides the best Eclipse-powered development environment for building Groovy and Grails applications.  GGTS provides support for the latest versions of Groovy and Grails, and comes on top of the latest Eclipse releases.
    • GGTS
    • Demo Grails gTunes: 1) grails create-app gTunes 2) grails create-controller store 3) edit StoreController.groovy 4) write -> controller.index() assert 'Welcome to the gTunes store!'== response.text 5) grails run-app
    • Demo http://localhost:8080/gTunes/
    • Examples  http://www.nowtv.com/  https://wwws.citruslane.com/#index  http://www.vodafone.co.uk/  http://grails.org/  http://uros.com/  …  Twitter in 60 minutes! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmT1zg8Cie4
    • Summary = + +
    • Summary  Grails is built on proven & solid OSS bricks  Spring: IoC, DI, Spring MVC, transactions…  Hibernate: ORM, querying mechanism  Groovy: for everything that matters  SiteMesh: page layout and composition  Quartz: for job scheduling  AJAX: integration with different libraries  Jetty & HSQLDB: for fast development cycles
    • Has it got to be complex?  But it’s slow to start with  Seting up the project takes time  It gets complicated pretty rapidly  Dive into Spring & Hibernate to wire everything together  There are so many layers  DAOs, DTOs, more abstraction layers  Too many configuration files  Often too much XML for everything Struts / Spring / Hibernate is okay…
    • Thank You Any question Ezgi AYVAZOGLU