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Programming Grails by Burt Beckwith

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

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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.

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