[groovy-user] Using groovy in a JEE project
I'm quite new to groovy, but really like what I saw for now.
My problem is about gathering some specific informations :
how can I start bringing some groovyness in my project which is a
*pre-existing full JEE EAR project * (with a war file and two ejbs
I mean my team is full java.
I just can't come around and say "hey fellows , I 've stumbled on this ,
let's use it !"
So i've started looking around for a clear viexw of how :
can I start using groovy for specific features in order to demonstrate all
it's /"polyvalence" (excuse my French , but i'm french /
What *architecture *is to be recommended to *mix some .groovy files in my
.java project and make the glue* ?
Other point I will like to introduce groovy will be by building some
*scripting *engine to allow the team to do some runtime script manipulations
: Groovy is dynamic , isn't it ?
So a good job for it will be to be used for /some /custom user stories where
before that you will be forced to do some java and rebuild the ejb
I can't see no answers to those real questions ?
If you could send me to the good pointers specific to these two issues...
also I don't bought any book on groovy yet because of that as I can't see
any book covering those questions which are mandatory for my case if I want
to bring groovy in my project and convince my mates.
So please, feel free to send me any relevant book;
or information blog wiki etc. (in english or in french),
any sample project (may be something like this exist on github and I can
take it as a source of inspiration ?)
or only if nothing like this seems to exists/ (don't reinvent the wheel)
/maybe we could start building such sample project ? ( But I can't seriously
imagine these issues had never been addressed. Ce serait plus que
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