My Review of Programming Grails

Originally submitted at O’Reilly

Best Practices for Experienced Grails Developers

Excellent look under the hood of Grails

By Ken Kousen from Marlborough, CT on 9/25/2012

 

5out of 5

Pros: Accurate, Helpful examples, Easy to understand

Best Uses: Intermediate, Expert

Describe Yourself: Developer, Educator

Yes, this “early access” edition is very early, but the content so far is fantastic. The Hibernate chapter is the best discussion of how Grails handles Hibernate anywhere, and Burt clearly discusses how and when to use the second-level cache.

If the book consisted of that chapter alone it would be worth the price, but the other available chapters are also great. I have every reason to believe this will be an outstanding book for experienced Grails developers.

(legalese)

About Ken Kousen
I teach software development training courses. I specialize in all areas of Java and XML, from EJB3 to web services to open source projects like Spring, Hibernate, Groovy, and Grails. Find me on Google+ I am the author of "Making Java Groovy", a Java / Groovy integration book published by Manning in the Fall of 2013, and "Gradle Recipes for Android", published by O'Reilly in 2015.

2 Responses to My Review of Programming Grails

  1. Hi, Ken
    nice work, please let me know if your book published.

  2. Aliona says:

    Just a general overview of Grails framework and it’s advantages over other popular framworks http://altabel.wordpress.com/2012/11/20/what-are-the-grails-advantages-over-other-java-web-frameworks/

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