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Grails 3 - versus - Spring boot

 
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Hi Tom,
We started with Grails 3 last year. Somehow it did not feel that stable/robust... We were at 3.0.3.
If I understand right, Grails 3 runs on top of spring boot.

Why not use spring boot instead? What are the advantages?

Thanks again for the book!

--- cheerio atul
 
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If you use Spring Boot you don't gain some of the features in Grails that make development much easier. I would give Grails another try. The 3.x codebase has gotten much more stable. Spring Boot is just a part of the many parts of Grails. In my book I share some of the components that are included in the overall Grails architecture.
Happy Coding,
Tom
 
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