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Japanese basic tutorial made by NTT Software Corporation, covers Grails 2.0.0 or higher. This "file-uploader" shows customizing scaffolded code, uploading/downloading file, hashing password, so on. I guess it will help japanese developers a lot!
This tutorial describes how to integrate DHTMLX JavaPlanner with the Grails framework and create an easy-to-use Java event calendar. It provides detailed information on how to initialize the web control and populate it with data. Besides, you will le... read more
Walk through steps of creating a robust Grails web application. The application uses the Grails Framework to develop a web application using: MongoDB Spring Security Twitter Bootstrap Jetty Web Server Maven build integration
I personally don't suggest...read more
Sometimes companies build security polices in the database level. This brings the need of authenticating the username and password as a database user, and not in a table.
The purpose of this tutorial is pass though the steps to accomplish this, integr...read more
Just found this well made german tutorial. It might be a little bit old (covering Grails 2.0.0), but I guess it will help german developers a lot!
This is a brief step-by-step tutorial using GGTS on how to create a web service by getting information from an Oracle 11g database and exposing the data to client via a JSON response. The tutorial discusses database configurations, unit and integrati... read more
In this post I shall give an overview of sequence of events that happens during bootstrapping of Grails application
Groovy and Grails’ speed and simplicity are a perfect match to the flexibility and power of MongoDB. Dozens of plugins and libraries connect these two together, making it a breeze to get Grooving with MongoDB.
In this Mastering Grails installment, Scott Davis explores the various ways that Grails can use database tables that don't conform to the Grails naming standard. If you have Java classes that already map to your legacy databases, Grails allows you to... read more