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stripes and grails?

roger schildmeijer
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is Stripes compatible with grails development?
Gregg Bolinger
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Not entirely sure what you are really asking but I'll take a shot at it. Stripes and Grails are two different frameworks so you can't really use the two together. Also, Stripes is not a full stack framework like Grails so the development process is a bit different in that with Stripes you get to pick all the other pieces you want to use rather than having the framework force you into particular technologies.

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Frederic Daoud
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Just wanted to mention that you can use Groovy with Stripes, if you wish.

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