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SpringSource acquires G2One

 
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Blog entry about the acquisition by our very own Matthew Taylor.

As an outsider to the entire deal, I think this is pretty exciting. I have good faith in the Spring folks. It will also be much easier to get Groovy and Grails work accepted as viable enterprise solutions now that they're huddling a little under the Spring umbrella.
[ November 26, 2008: Message edited by: Marc Peabody ]
 
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I am using grails for prototyping my project. I am liking it very much compared to JSF as it reduces lot of boiler plate code and generates some nice GSP pages CRUD operations. Good support for validation.
 
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Thanks for the announcement, Marc. My colleagues and I are very excited about the transition. This will help Groovy and Grails move into the mainstream and become certified enterprise tools.
 
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I guess Groovy and Grails will be visible among many of them from now on.
 
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