Speaker: Stephane Maldini
Grails 2.3 is coming with new asynchronous and eventing features, driven by the same usability that shapes the Grails success amid developers. That means the framework now supports the modern definition of "realtime".
In fact, Platform-core plugin currently helps developers at writing Event-Driven Architectures and pushes the boundaries to the Browser with its Events-Push extension. Scalability might also be an outcome of such architecture, since multiple Grails applications can now easily work together. Eventually, with events propagated across server(s) and browsers, a new set of patterns emerges and HTML5 web applications have rarely been so pleasant to write.
We'll see in this session how we address few spotted today's and tomorrow's concerns: Scrolling large data sets without blocking, streaming to the browser, scale Grails in the cloud...