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What kind of plugins are covered in the book?

Burk Hufnagel
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John,
In the description of the book, it mentions the RichUI plug-in - which is for Grails itself - but does the book also cover plug-ins for Eclipse or NetBeans that make it easier to write Groovy/Grails apps?
Thanks,
Burk


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Jon Dickinson
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Hi Burk,

The book does not actually cover Grails IDE plug-ins. I'll leave that up to google search:

http://www.grails.org/IDE+Integration
http://www.grailsblog.com/archive/show?id=10

Personally, I use IntelliJ, which was by far the best environment when I started with Grails, but with the release of Grails 1.1 I think the others are catching up. Check out the links above for more information.

Cheers,
Jon.


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