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By improving Grails' convention-over-configuration application design with a message driven architecture, applications can benefit from improved modularity, scalability, and code reusability.
Given that Grails is already a fully loaded Spring application, the content of this presentation will focus on developing message-driven patterns, techniques, and strategies based on Spring Integration. The core of the presentation will focus on developing an application workflow that is amenable to pluggable components and services at given phases in the workflow's lifecycle using Spring Integration.
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Message Driven Architecture in Grails
Dan Woods is a web developer who is passionate about software architecture and best practices. Dan solves software development problems using Groovy and engages the community by sharing solutions through his Twitter account, blog, and GitHub contribu