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Programming Groovy 2: Dynamic Productivity for the Java Developer par [Subramaniam, Venkat]
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You don’t have to leave the rich Java Platform to take advantage of Groovy. Groovy preserves Java’s semantics and extends the JDK, so programming in Groovy feels like the Java language has been augmented; it’s like working with a lighter, more elegant Java. If you’re an experienced Java developer who wants to learn how Groovy works, you’ll find exactly what you need in this book.




You’ll start with the fundamentals of programming in Groovy and how it works with Java, and then you’ll explore advanced concepts such as unit testing with mock objects, using Builders, working with databases and XML, and creating DSLs. You’ll master Groovy’s powerful yet complex run-time and compile-time metaprogramming features.



Much has evolved in the Groovy language since the publication of the first edition of Programming Groovy. Programming Groovy 2 will help you learn and apply Groovy’s new features. Creating DSLs is easier now, and Groovy’s already-powerful metaprogramming facilities have improved even more. You’ll see how to work with closures, including tail call optimization and memoization. The book also covers Groovy’s new static compilation feature.



Whether you’re learning the basics of the language or interested in getting proficient with the new features, Programming Groovy 2 has you covered.


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8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Good overview 15 janvier 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm new to Groovy but an experienced J2EE developer. The reason I bought this book was to address the lack of unit testing in our organization and the author highlights the benefits of unit testing with Groovy. The author says if nothing else write all your unit tests with Groovy just to stay sharp and well practiced, but leave Java for your main application if you have to.

I really enjoyed the humor in the book and the analogies by the author. At times I busted out laughing while reading this book. For example did you know an XML document is like a puppy. It's cute and fun to play with when its little, but when it grows up and gets bigger, its annoying. That's spot on and the authors humor is laced throughout the book.

Very good read and I know enough about Groovy from this book to get started.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I've been coding in Groovy for ~4 years. I thought this book wouldn't have a lot of new stuff to me. I was wrong. 23 mars 2014
Par Wilson Luiz Piasecki Filho - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I've been coding in Groovy for ~4 years. At first i thought this book wouldn't have a lot of new stuff to me, but it probably had some good practices and patterns, helping me polishing my code.

The result is i was very impressed. The book is not only high quality material, but it covers a lot of stuff i wanted to learn. I couldn't recommend more the AST, Tests, Metaprogramming and DSL chapters, and the rest of the book is very good, providing a lot of info on common Groovy practices and gotchas.

Highly recommended.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Learn the Fastest Growing Computer Language and Have Fun While Doing It! 31 octobre 2014
Par Expert999 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I've seen Venkat speak, and he is not only an excellent speaker, but an excellent writer as well, and this book is no exception.

As a disclaimer, I have tweeted directly with him, as we have a difference of opinion regarding the viability of functional languages.

However the last time I tried to tweet Venkat, I found he had unsubscribed from my tweet account, or did something that made it impossible to tweet him. Probably for a good reason.

However this book is excellent, and since Groovy is the fastest growing general purpose programming language, I highly recommend it. If you've been stuck coding in C# or Java, you're going to love Groovy.

And if you are a member of a local user group, see if you can get Venkat to give a talk. I saw both Venkat and Oracle give a "Java next version" talk, and Venkat's was 100% better.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 It's ok but a little less background and more content would be nice 14 février 2017
Par Troy - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Wasn't nearly as much syntax and examples as I was looking for.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 More problem solving, less boilerplate 10 décembre 2013
Par Andrew M Joskowski - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Typical language reference touching on many features of the language. Well organized and well written. I keep it in reach while programming. Groovy is having a resurgance since, with version 2, the performance issues have been resolved. If your looking for a language with closures, and you need to live in the java eco system this reference is for you. Get a free community copy of IntelliJ IDEA 13 and you have everything you need to try it out. If you know java, groovy will feel like java on steroids. More problem solving, less boilerplate.
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