OrlandoJUG - Building a Grails Portal with Josh Davis

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OrlandoJUG - Building a Grails Portal with Josh Davis

Time: March 25, 2010 from 6pm to 9pm
Location: DeVry University Room 116 (accommodates 20 people)
Street: 4000 Millennia Blvd
City/Town: Orlando FL 32839
Website or Map: http://www.devry.edu/location…
Phone: Skype ::: mlevin77
Event Type: meeting
Organized By: Michael Levin
Latest Activity: Mar 25, 2010

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Join us for a presentation about Grails with Josh Davis:

This presentation describes a simple way to build a working framework for a user portal. This framework is built upon some very popular features in Grails and provides many examples of Grails plug-in integration and use of some of the more complex features of Grails such as integrating Ajax with Groovy Server Pages.

The presentation describes a step-by-step approach to using the convention based paradigm in Grails to create a simple User Portal. It walks through the process of creating a web flow based upon the Spring Web-Flow product included within Grails. The last topic focuses on implementing Grails user interface components and integrating them with the Grails Portal code. Each of these areas are presented by outlining the principles and the decision process involved in creating the components and then showing how to use the results of the work in a specific business case.


Born in Brooklyn, NY, Joshua Davis graduated from Blackburn College in Carlinville, IL (1989) with a degree in Computer Science. Joshua has been programming in Java for 11 years and has a blog at http://javaarchramble.blogspot.com/. He now works for Cognizant Technology Solutions as a Senior Architect and resides in Gotha, FL.

This meeting is sponsored by Comsys, a leading national provider of IT staffing services and solutions. Comsys - providing superior IT talent since 1972.

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Comment by David Moskowitz on March 17, 2010 at 6:31am
Can't wait to learn how to use Josh Davis to build a Grails portal.

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