Chill Out With Groovy
In the last few years we have seen new dialects (“little languages”)
and fusions between languages, such as Java and others. One of these is
Groovy, which is not meant to replace Java, but to complement and build on
Java. From the Groovy web site: “Groovy is a new agile dynamic language
for the JVM combining lots of great features from languages like Python,
Ruby and Smalltalk and making them available to the Java developers using
a Java-like syntax”. Groovy is different from other languages for the
Java Platform in that it has been approved as a Java Specification Request
(JSR-241) and is in progress. Based on this approval and the
discussions around opening up Java (.Net and its many languages, and C#
features, etc.) it is clear that compared to Java, Groovy makes many
things a lot easier (such as Collections, SQL, XML, unit tests, and many
other things). Groovy integrates superbly with Java (Groovy was designed
from day one for the Java Platform). You can actually start using
Groovy the day after you have seen this presentation (if you can wait that
long). Let us show you how to use it with (existing) Java classes and you
will see how Groovy this language really is.
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