Logo

Programming Grails by Burt Beckwith

Large book cover: Programming Grails

Programming Grails
by

Publisher: O'Reilly Media
ISBN/ASIN: 1449323936
ISBN-13: 9781449323936
Number of pages: 350

Description:
Responding to the demand for more in-depth Grails coverage that goes beyond the typical use cases, this book helps experienced developers understand the motivation behind the core ideas of this web development framework. You'll learn Grails best practices for building and deployment, debugging and problem solving, creating and using Grails plugins, as well as testing, security, performance, scaling, tuning, and monitoring. In the process, you’ll focus on technologies that Grails uses and integrates with.

Download or read it online for free here:
Read online
(online preview)

Similar books

Book cover: The Google Web Toolkit (GWT) Programming CookbookThe Google Web Toolkit (GWT) Programming Cookbook
- Java Code Geeks
In this ebook, we provide a compilation of GWT examples that will help you kick-start your own projects. We cover a wide range of topics, from sample applications and interview questions, to Callback functionality and various widgets.
(1975 views)
Book cover: Active Server PagesActive Server Pages
- Wikibooks
ASP (or Active Server Pages) is a scripting tool for dynamic webpages. This book will teach you how to program in ASP, but you should be familiar with at least one object-oriented programming language and at least HTML 4.01.
(6286 views)
Book cover: Java Web Programming with EclipseJava Web Programming with Eclipse
by
The book introduces students to web application development in Java with the use of Eclipse. It provides instructions on how to construct solutions to various problems. The book assumes a familiarity with HTML and the Java programming language.
(9891 views)
Book cover: Exploring LiftExploring Lift
by - Apress
This book will educate you about Lift, a great framework for building web applications. Lift is designed to make powerful techniques easily accessible. By the end of this book, you'll be able to create and extend any web application you can think of.
(9541 views)