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Markdown Blog Plugin

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  • Latest: 0.3
  • Last Updated: 17 August 2014
  • Grails version: 2.2 > *
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This plugin adds a Markdown-powered blog and content editor to your Grails app. Edit your dynamic blog posts and pages with a client-side Markdown editor (EpicEditor). You can then customize the appearance with your own Grails views, map your posts/pages to whatever location you want with UrlMappings, and so on. Check out the project documentation for more info! Read more

Dependency :
compile ":markdown-blog:0.3"

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Api Toolkit

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The Grails API Toolkit is a complete set of API tools that automates alot of the tasks needed to build your API like api docs, batch processing, generated headers, encoding and more. This also abstracts the API away from the Controller/model with a more universal API Object that can be defined with roles, rules and definitions for handling the request and response at the front controller. Read more

Dependency :
compile ":api-toolkit:2.31"

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jQuery Dialog

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  • Latest: 2.0.3
  • Last Updated: 26 January 2014
  • Grails version: 2.0 > *
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Provides easy-to-maintain CRUD popup dialogs and lists with jQuery, jQuery DataTables and Twitter Bootstrap. Read more

Dependency :
compile ":jquery-dialog:2.0.3"

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Span2field Plugin

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  • Latest: 0.1.2
  • Last Updated: 22 January 2014
  • Grails version: 2.2.4 > *
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An easy way to make Grails views act like forms, allows you to click on a text element and edit the value in place, without navigating to an 'edit' page. Read more

Dependency :
compile ":span2field:0.1.2"

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RESTful API Plugin

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  • Latest: 1.0.0
  • Last Updated: 07 October 2014
  • Grails version: 2.2.0 > *
0 vote

The resful-api plugin facilitates exposing a non-trivial, versioned RESTful API. The plugin provides a DSL that may be used to declaratively specify how resources should be marshalled. Please see the README.md for details. Read more

Dependency :
compile ":restful-api:1.0.0"

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