Posts tagged with groovy

All posts tagged with groovy in chronological order with newest first.

While I was reading the excellent book by Kevin Suffern "Ray tracing from the ground up", I implemented a ray tracer in Java and wrote a DSL in Groovy, to describe scenes more easily and dynamically.

This is the last part in a series of four. It show how to analyse the emails with Kibana.

This is the third part in a series of four. It explains the technical background.

This is the second part in a series of four. It shows installation and usage.

This article shows how to use Elastiksearch database with Spring Boot. It is the first in a series of four.

An “The Definitive Guide to Grails 2” kommt keiner vorbei, der Grails lernen will.

Memoization is a well known optimization technique to avoid repeated calculations. With dynamic programming languages like Groovy it is possible to extend the behaviour of an already exisiting class at runtime.

The german magazine JavaSpektrum organized the "Dynamic Languages Shootout" contest for the OOP 2008 conference. The challenge was to create a computer game similiar to Scrabble in a dynamically typed programming language.

The german magazine JavaSpektrum organized the “Dynamic Languages Shootout” contest for the OOP 2008 conference. The task was the creation of a computer game similiar to Scrabble in a dynamically typed programming Languages.

Writing plugins for Eclipse with other languages than Java is not officially supported, but there is a way to write an Eclipse plugin with Groovy only. As prerequisites you need Eclipse with a JDT and the Groovy Eclipse plugin.

The UML2 project provides an EMF based implementation of the UML 2.x metamodel in Java. With the EMFBuilder it is possible to create and process UML2 models.

While i was cleaning up my hard disk on my Linux in 2007, i needed a program that displays the disk usage graphically. I didn't find a suitable one on the web. At that time i was learning Groovy and it's for rapid application development, isn't it. So i gave it a try.

This article shows how Groovy can be used to work with the Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF).

The Common Warehouse Metamodel (CWM) is a standard by the Object Management Group (OMG). The intention of CWM is to define a standard for metadata in Data Warehouses and Business Intelligence applications.