A groovy use case

Luc Dewavrin recently discovered Spring’s ability to declare beans that are script-based. He describes why this is great and helpful to to speed-up development. Sample declarations and scripts are also provided.

The article ends with interesting opinion “…, I like both Groovy and JRuby but now tend to prefer Groovy because it leverages my knowledge of Java API. With Ruby i spend too much time finding the reference web site how to achieve things that i do almost naturally in Java. OTH, Ruby has its core API use closures. Closures are tightly integrated and tend to favor loose coupling.”

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