Feb 16, 2009

Screencast: Intro to Grails with RESTful Web Services

This presentation discusses some of the fundamental concepts of Grails and dives into an example that demonstrates how to build RESTful Web Services with Grails. Select the link below to download the full presentation.

Intro to Grails with RESTful Web Services

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David Reines

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David has led the development efforts of several mission-critical enterprise applications in the Twin Cities area. During this time, he has worked very closely with numerous commercial and open source JEE technologies. David has extensive experience in the architecture, design, implementation, deployment and support of highly scalable business applications.

One thought on “Screencast: Intro to Grails with RESTful Web Services

  1. Patrick Haggood says:

    The link for the above presentation is dead (mediafire can’t find file).

  2. Luis says:

    Hi David,

    The link above down’t work. Mediafire says:

    Invalid File. This error has been forwarded to MediaFire’s development team.

    The key you provided for file download was invalid. This is usually caused because the file is no longer stored on Mediafire. This occurs when the file is removed by the originating user or Mediafire.

    Could you post a new link, please ?

    Thank you,

    Luis

    1. Ehren Seim says:

      The link is updated and should be functioning properly. Sorry for the inconvenience. Please let me know if you run into any other issues.

      Thanks.

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