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Taking Flight: A Year of Griffon

Whenever I fly I like to get the window seat. Sitting on the aisle may get you out quicker, and it may get you quicker access to the overhead bins. But I like the window, for the 15 minutes at...

Griffon <3's Java

When I first started poking around the Groovy project one of the things I didn't get was the whole MOP thing. Why did every method have to go through the MOP? I thought it was the boat anchor that was...

Griffon 0.1 Beta Released

After much last minute bug fixing Griffon 0.1 Beta has been released into the wild. You can get the goods at the Griffon Downloads Page. Highlights for this release: Plugins, as prevously discussed. Enhanced Testing Support via the test-app script...

Lego Griffon?

No, it's not the next game in the Lego video game series. It's what I've recently checked into the development tree of Griffon: Plug-in support. This will solve a lot of bloat problems with the framework with regards to adding...

Griffon has Flown the Coop!

Griffon durring it's intial development was hosted as a module under the Groovy project. Well, with a public release the time has now come for Griffon to leave the nest and find a new home to roost in. In addition...

Announcing Griffon 0.0

After over a year of poking and prodding at the various parts of desktop Java the Groovy swing developers are proud to announce the first release of Griffon, a Grails-like tool for Swing development. While not yet industrial strength we...

Griffon and Greet: Starting to get Groovy

Things on Griffon and Greet have been chugging along. Just a soon as Groovy 1.6 Beta 2 ships I'll likely be ready for a 0.0 release, and such. (Remember, we are all computer scientists, and we start counting from zero)....

What an excellent idea...

A dynamic language works great when you have a clearly-defined structure of an application, where you know where everything lives, where everything is, and what everything is around you. For example, with a Rails application, you have a very strict...