Creating a Basic Stack


In this Grails Example, we will set up the Project Tracker application and create a simple controller, view, and model.

Video #8 shows how to create the Project Tracker project in Eclipse

Video #9 shows how to create a simple controller

Video #10 shows how to create a view

Video #11 Create a data model – Part 1

Video #12 Create a data model – Part 2

Installing a Grails Development Environment on Linux


In this Grails Example, we will set up our development environment on a Linux system.

Video #6 shows how to install Grails and Java on Linux

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Video #7 shows how to install Eclipse and the Grails extensions on Linux

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Installing a Grails Development Environment on OS X


Updated for Grails 2.3.x
Video #4: In this Grails Example, we will set up our development environment on an OS X environment.

This first video shows you how to install Grails and Java on OS X. To install Grails, you will need a Java Developers Kit (www.apple.com), and the Grails libraries (www.grails.org). This video will show you how to download and install both. We will be using the Groovy Environment Manager (GVM) to easily install the latest version of Grails.

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Video #5: In the second video, you learn how to install an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) based on Eclipse called the Groovy/Grails Tool Suite. This tool is pre-configured for Groovy and Grails to give you features such as syntax highlighting and code completion. The video shows you how to install it and configure it for the Grails 2.1.1 environment that you installed in the previous video.