Learn about the modularization features in Groovy 2.0 including everything you need to know to write and use your own modules.
Provides an overview of the modularization (m12n) mechanism in Groovy 2.0 including: * The different parts of m12n. * The use of m12n features within the standard distribution. * Turning standard features on and off. * How to write and use your own module (illustrated by making modules for some existing open source libraries). * m12n futures (what other features are planned in future releases)
Paul King leads ASERT, an organization based in Brisbane, Australia which provides software development, training and mentoring services to customers wanting to embrace new technologies, harness best practices and innovate. He has been contributing to open source projects for nearly 20 years and is an active committer on numerous projects including Groovy. Paul speaks at international conferences, publishes in software magazines and journals, and is a co-author of Manning's best-seller: Groovy in Action.More About Paul »