What is Grails
Grails is a Java based web application framework. It is written in Groovy and follows the principles of the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern. It is built on top of the Spring Framework and leverages the power of the Java Virtual Machine (JVM).
Grails provides a number of features and conventions. They make it easy to develop web applications quickly and efficiently:
- a powerful Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) system
- a convenient command-line interface
- dynamic tag library for creating views
Grails makes it easy - adding new functionality and integration with other technologies and libraries.
Grails documentation & links
The official documentation for the Grails framework is located on:
The Grails Framework.
More Grails links:
- Official Website grails.org
- Grails Community Slack - Grails Community
- Grails guides - Grails learning
- Reporting issues
- Current version: 5.2.5
- Written in: Groovy
- Platform: Cross-platform (JVM)
- Type: Web framework
- License: Apache License 2.0
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