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I personally use Groovy for writing some useful and fun scripts...

I have read somewhere that (also looked at few examples) Groovy DSL feature can be leveraged for Spring configurations and may season programmers use Groovy for
Spring configuration extensively, What is your personal preference and have you discussed using Groovy as a Configuration method
in your book?
 
 
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In the past (a long time ago), I tried using Groovy for configuring a Spring context. But it never stuck with me and haven't used it since. I do not cover it in the book.

That said, if you find value in it, then by all means, go for it! I just can't help you much with it if you do.

meenakshi sundar wrote:I personally use Groovy for writing some useful and fun scripts...

I have read somewhere that (also looked at few examples) Groovy DSL feature can be leveraged for Spring configurations and may season programmers use Groovy for
Spring configuration extensively, What is your personal preference and have you discussed using Groovy as a Configuration method
in your book?
 

 
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