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Discover how both the Grails and Griffon frameworks bring back the fun to web and desktop development. Grails and Griffon share a lot of history and code, its very likely that what you learn in one framework can be done in the other and vice-versa. Both are pretty much on par when it comes to communication across the wire, serialization or remoting; those are precisely the options that we'll explore in this session to build a Griffon frontend powered by a Grails backend.
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Getting Groovy on the Web and Desktop
Andres is a Java/Groovy developer, Java Champion, co-author of "Griffon in Action", and has more than 12 years of experience in software design and development.