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Burt Beckwith has been a software developer for 15 years, most of that as a JVM developer, and for the last four years working with Grails and Groovy. He is a core developer on the Grails team at SpringSource, and has created over 35 Grails plugins. Burt is a frequent speaker at conferences and user groups where he shares his passion for Grails and other Groovy-based technologies, in particular those that are related to persistence, security, and performance. He blogs at http://burtbeckwith.com/blog/.

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This is an Excellent Grails 2.0 Book 5. Juni 2013
Von Brian E. Kotek - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
Virtually everyone in the Grails world knows Burt Beckwith, and there's a reason for that: this guy knows Grails inside and out. This book is just further evidence of Burt's deep understanding of Grails and how it works.

I'm not sure a brand-new Grails developer would be able to absorb everything offered up here. If you already have Java experience and have a decent understanding of Hibernate and Spring, you'll probably be fine. Grails does a wonderful job of hiding the complexity of these underlying Java libraries, but Programming Grails does pull back the curtains a bit. And this is not a bad thing, it's actually long overdue in my opinion.

There are plenty of "introductory" Grails books out there already. I didn't need another one of those, one that basically says "type this command and watch the magic!" Burt actually explains what is going on; what Grails is doing and why it is doing it. One look at the table of contents (oddly not available here on Amazon but it can be seen at http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920024750.do) will show you immediately that this is not your average Grails book.

Not only is the power of Grails explained, but its (admittedly rare) limitations are also covered, along with options and workarounds. Numerous tips that only an experienced Grails developer will know are also included. Even the ancillary information is great. For example, during the thorough discussion of Grails security options, Burt provides great advice that applies to anyone building web applications. If every web developer in the world only read this little part of the book, it would probably save billions of dollars in security-related losses.

To sum up, if you have some Grails experience or are familiar with Java and industry-standard libraries like Hibernate and Spring, this book is an excellent resource. Brand new developers who want to learn Grails will probably also find it very useful, but it may take them some extra time to absorb the information because it is not a "watered down" beginners guide. Great job, Burt.
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Must have for experienced Grails developers 24. Mai 2013
Von Phil Hartley - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I watched the development of this book on Safari Books Online and have just received my printed copy. I've been doing Grails development now for about 2+ years and have have deployed a number of projects into production. This book is a must-have for experienced Grails developers. There is a gem on virtually every page. There is a lot of "best practices" advice given. The chapter on plugin development is an eye opener. The chapter on Spring is in the same category. Thanks Burt!
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a guided tour of the "magic" parts by a seasoned expert 14. Mai 2013
Von R. Friesel Jr. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
If you've been programming in Grails for a year (give or take) and are ready to go deeper than the tutorials and docs usually take you, then this book is just what the doctor ordered. If asked to sum it up as a pithy one-liner, I'd describe it as a guided tour of the framework's guts by one of the field's seasoned experts. He goes beyond the basics, and dives headlong into those dark corners for (as he puts it) "developers who want to dig deeper into the architecture and understand more about how Grails works its magic".

Having worked in, with, around, over, under, and through Grails over the past couple of years, this book was exactly what I was looking for at this point in my relationship with the framework. Beckwith is specifically targeting developers that have gone past simply snapping together applications along the happy-path; this one is for the developers that find themselves regularly battling with some dark and thorny corner or rough edge of the framework. Beckwith does a fantastic job of introducing these "hidden" and "magical" parts of Grails, and breaking them down into easily-digestible sections. It's like a series of miniature epiphanies -- one right after the other. (The opening chapter on Groovy alone is worth the price of admission.)

There were a couple of things that could have made this one better. Most of them were small to the point of being ridiculous (e.g., I could have used a more specific definition for the _purpose_ behind `BootStrap.groovy`), while others were arguably out of scope (e.g., an in-depth discussion of Groovy's metaclasses is... probably more appropriate for a book dedicated to Groovy). Then there was the chapter on plugin development which -- although I learned something on almost every page -- I found myself wondering: (1) why not discuss how to run with inline plugins right from start? (2) why wait so long to mention `settings.groovy`? (3) why not a better example of CLI tests?

(As you can see: even my "legitimate gripes" are little more than nit-picks. But I suppose the nit-picks add up?)

Would I recommend this one? In heartbeat. I'll continue to recommend Grails in Action as the best place to start (with the caveat: "as soon as the second edition comes out..."), but "Programming Grails" is required reading for anyone with six months or more of non-trivial Grails development under their belt.

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DISCLOSURE: I received an electronic copy of the book from the publisher in exchange for writing a review.
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Very good book 12. August 2013
Von Lojza - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I really enjoy reading this book. It provided me with information that I needed. I worked with Grails for the last 2 years and only this book has advanced topic that you can't find anywhere else unless you dig into Grails, which would require a master level. I wouldn't recommend this book for someone who would like to start with Grails.
Love this book 11. April 2014
Von Roberto Perez - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Everyone in the Grails world knows Burt Beckwith, he knows Grails inside and out!

If you have experience with Grails and you want to go deep this is the book
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