Practically Groovy, Groovy's growth spurt
Get friendly with the new, JSR-compliant Groovy syntax
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Date archived: May 15, 2019 | First published: July 19, 2005
With the release (and subsequent releases) of a JSR-241 compliant parser, the changes to Groovy's syntax have been formalized -- which means if you weren't paying attention before, now's the time to start. This month, resident Groovy practitioner Andrew Glover walks through most important changes to Groovy's syntax and shows you a handy feature you won't find in classic Groovy.
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