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Groovy in Action, Second Edition by Dierk König and Paul King with Guillaume Laforge, Hamlet D'Arcy, Cédric Champeau, Erik Pragt, and Jon Skeet

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Chapter 20. The Groovy ecosystem

This chapter covers

  • Incorporating tools for automation
  • Improving startup time
  • Analyzing code
  • Developing code on the web, on the desktop, or in the cloud

“I can’t imagine why anyone would need X” is a statement about your imagination, not X.

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Groovy is a rich and flexible language and every day Groovy programmers are finding new, novel, and exciting ways to bend Groovy to their needs. The Groovy Ecosystem refers to all of the projects built around Groovy, projects that solve a particular problem for a particular group of people, and projects that are essential to being a productive Groovy programmer.

This chapter starts by examining projects that make using Groovy as a scripting ...

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