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Introduction to Groovy

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00: Course Introduction 8
01: Introduction and Variables 28
02: Conditional Execution 26
03: Files and Strings 26
04: Object Oriented Programming 24
05: Regular Expressions and Operators 28
06: Groovy and Databases 39
07: Difference with other Languages 34
08: Groovlets and Beans 21
09: Templates 25
10: Control Structures 33
11: Collections and Maps 25
12: Dynamic Properties of Groovy 24
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Total: 5 hours 41 minutes

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Description

In this Groovy online training course you will learn the basic concepts of Groovy. The training starts with the basic Groovy programs and gradually introduces other concept with increasing complexity. Introduction to Groovy provides the conceptual and syntactical difference from other programming languages like Java, Python and Ruby. The dynamic nature of Groovy and new features as a scripting language are discussed in this course as well.

Prerequisites

None

Objectives

As a result of taking this Groovy online training, you will be able to:

  • Write programs using Groovy
  • Identify the differences between Groovy, Java, Python and Ruby
  • Use the basic syntax of Groovy
  • Discuss the dynamic programming features of Groovy

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Prerequisites

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Introduction to Groovy Outline

Module 00: Introduction to Groovy Online Training - Course Introduction

Module 01: Introduction and Variables

  • Hello world program
  • Mathematical operations
  • Variables
  • Lists, size methods, maps

Module 02: Conditional Execution

  • Conditional execution
  • Boolean operators
  • Closures
  • Collect and each methods

Module 03: Files and Strings

  • Files
  • Strings

Module 04: Object Oriented Programming

  • Object oriented programming
  • Java and Groovy

Module 05: Regular Expressions and Operators

  • Regular expressions
  • ? operator
  • Group of characters
  • Other operators

Module 06: Groovy and Databases

  • SQL and Groovy
  • Queries
  • Markup builder

Module 07: Difference with other Languages

  • Difference between Groovy and Java
  • Difference between Groovy and Python
  • Difference between Groovy and Ruby

Module 08: Groovlets and Beans

  • Groovlets
  • Groovy beans
  • Markup

Module 09: Templates

  • Templates
  • Template engines
  • Markup builders

Module 10: Control Structures

  • Control structures
  • Looping
  • try-catch-finally block

Module 11: Collections and Maps

  • Collections
  • Ranges
  • Maps

Module 12: Dynamic Properties of Groovy

  • Dynamic groovy
  • methodMissing and propertyMissing
  • Runtime mixins

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Important Links

  • Course Survey
  • Groovy Software

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