Practically Groovy, Mark it up with Groovy Builders

Side-step the details of markup languages and focus on your application content instead

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Andrew Glover and Scott Davis

Date archived: April 19, 2017 | First published: April 12, 2005

Groovy Builders let you mimic markup languages like XML, HTML, Ant tasks, and even GUIs with frameworks like Swing.They're especially useful for rapid prototyping and, as Practically Groovy columnist Andrew Glover shows you this month, they're a handy alternative to data binding frameworks when you need consumable markup in a snap!

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