If you’re considering submitting talk proposals to either or both of GR8Conf Europe and GR8Conf US be sure to do so soon; the deadline is February 15. Submit for the US conference here and the EU conference here, and if you want to submit for both you can do that from either site.
I released two new plugins this week. The first was the database-migration-jaxb plugin which was going to be part of the database-migration plugin but it requires Java 7 or higher (more specifically JAXB 2.2 or higher) so I released it as an addon instead. It adds a new approach to creating database migrations – writing them programmatically using JAXB-generated classes. I wrote about this and the big new 1.3 release of the database-migration plugin in this blog post.
The other new plugin is spring-security-shiro which adds the ability to use Shiro’s easy and powerful ACLs and permissions alongside Spring Security and the spring-security-core plugin. See this blog post for more information.
Translations of this post:
- 14 Ways to Contribute to Open Source without Being a Programming Genius or a Rock Star
- Grails Unit Testing and a little fun with @Before
- Get up and running with GroovyFX on the Raspberry Pi
- Grails 2.x update gotcha – your logging has changed
- Geb Quickie: Automatically download drivers for Chrome and Internet Explorer
- Be productive with the MySQL command line
- Like Smalltalk/Objective-C message passing? Want to have a more human-readable code? Annotate your method with @AsMessage
- Using Memoization in Groovy
- Modularizing your Grails Application
- Grappling with Groovy and Grails for the First Time
- This Week in Spring – January 1, 2013
There were 2 new plugins released:
- database-migration-jaxb version 0.1. Adds support for migrations using JAXB classes
Source: Bruce Beckwith