Groovy-Grails Training in Nepal

Groovy & Grails Framework Training Courses

Duration: 1.5 Months
Career: Groovy-Grails Programmer
Training Mode: Both, Physical & Live Online Classes
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Groovy-Grails Training in Nepal

Groovy is an object-oriented dynamic programming language developed for Java platform. It can be used for developing web applications, desktop applications and other embedded system software. Since it runs on Java Virtual Machine (JVM) any developers with knowledge of Java can set their hands quickly on Groovy. The code flexibility and simple syntax provided by Groovy has made it a popular choice among developers today. Groovy is supported by the Apache Software Foundation and the Groovy community that is ready to assist you on any related issues.


Benefits of Groovy-Grails Training in Nepal

  • It is object-oriented
  • Its dynamic ecosystem facilitates for web application development as well as desktop application development
  • It is able to perform static-typing and static compilation
  • It has simple to learn syntax and supports domain-specific languages
  • It is code-efficient language that takes less effort of the developers, thus, enhancing their productivity
  • It has large standard library that is helpful for Groovy developers to acquire important resources
  • Good career opportunity as there is scarcity of expert Groovy developers

Benefits of Groovy-Grails Training at Broadway Infosys 

  • A chance to learn from experts
  • One of the trusted institutes in Nepal to learn Groovy-Grails
  • Resourceful training labs
  • Opportunity to expand professional network
  • Amplifies your interacting skills and confidence to face drawbacks.
  • Rewards the deserving candidate with job placement opportunities
  • Special offers available for deserving students

Groovy-Grails Training in Nepal - Outlines
  • Courses Outline:- Groovy-Grails Framework

    Software Needed in Each Student's PC

    • JDK 1.6r later
    • The latest stable releasef Grails
    • A powerful IDE that supports Groovy and Grails, such as SpringSource's Groovy/Grails Tool Suiter IntelliJ IDEA
    • Related free software and lab files; please contact us for detailed
    • specifications
  • Grails Training Objectives

    • Understand Groovy's relationship to Java
    • Use the Groovy tools
    • Master the fundamentalsf writing Groovy code
    • Work with Groovy strings, closures, and collections
    • See how conditionals, loops, andther control structures differ in Groovy versus Java andther languages
    • Produce and parse JSON and XML data
    • Access relational databases from Groovy
    • Understand the fundamentalsf Grails and how it integrates with Spring, Hibernate, andther frameworks
    • Use domain classes and understand domain class relationships
    • Understand MVC architecture and best practices for implementing it in Grails applications
    • Build Groovy Server Pages
    • Write and use Grails services
    • Deploy a Grails application
  • Grails Training Outline


    • Groovy Fundamentals
    • Differences between Groovy and Java
    • Declaring classes
    • Using assertions
    • Groovy Strings
    • Closures
    • Lists and Maps
    • Lists, Maps, and Sets
    • Builders
    • Metaprogramming

    • If statements - The truth in Groovy
    • Switch statements
    • While loops
    • For loops
    • Exceptions
  • Grails Project Structure

    • Overviewf a Grails project
    • Directories for model classes, controllers, and views
    • Data source configuration
    • Logging
    • Command line utilities
    • IDE integration
  • Domain Classes

    • Object-Relational Mapping with GORM
    • Optional properties
    • Constraints and validation
    • Modeling relationships
    • Performing CRUDperations
    • Dynamic queries
    • Connection to Hibernate
  • Scaffolding

    • Dynamic scaffolding
    • Working with the dynamicperations
    • Static scaffolding
    • Generating controllers
    • Generating views
  • Controllers

    • Setting the default action
    • Accessing request attributes
    • Flash scope
    • Data binding and type conversion
    • Rendering a response
    • Redirects and returns
  • Groovy Server Pages

    • Built-in Grails tags
    • Dynamic tags
    • Layouts and templates
    • Pagination
    • Creating custom tags
  • Adding Ajax Support

    • Basicsf Ajax
    • Ajax-supporting tags
    • Rendering JSON and XML responses
  • Remote Functions

    • Basicsf remote functions
    • Use and Advantages
  • Services and Jobs

    • Transactions
    • Services and dependency injection
  • Java Integration

    • ORM integration with Hibernate
    • Dependency injection with Spring
    • Working with legacy databases
  • Plugins

    • Architecture
    • Installing plugins
    • Reviewf common plugins

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