Groovy Certification Training Course Overview

Groovy is an object oriented language which is grounded on the Java platform. Groovy 1.0 was released on January 2, 2007 with Groovy 2.4 as the current major release. Groovy is distributed through the Apache License v 2.0. In this course, we would explain all the basics of Groovy and how to invest it into practice. You can use Groovy in two different "modes": You can compile Groovy to JVM Bytecode like Java. That means you just need to package it with the groovy library and it can work on the JVM like Java can. You can use your build system. Besides using it in a compiled manner, you can apply it as a scripting language. Simply write your Groovy code in a file and execute this file by calling (once you have Groovy installed).

Audience: This year is proceeding to be extremely useful for all those software professionals who would like to discover out the basics of Groovy programming.

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Course Prerequisites
  • You should receive some hands-on experience of Java or any other object-oriented programming terminology.
  • No Groovy experience is assumed.

Upon Completion of this Course, you will accomplish following:

  • Understand how dynamic languages differ from languages like Java or C#
  • Study with Groovy closures
  • Use Groovy control structures
  • Build object-oriented programs in Groovy
  • Use Groovy builders to reduce complexity
  • Access databases using Groovy
  • Process XML files in Groovy
  • Write unit tests in Groovy
  • Access Java classes from Groovy, and vice versa
  • Establish a simple network application using Grails.