I spent some time on the codesolvent site, seems interesting to investigate in further detail.
I couldn't figure out whether this is an open source product. I don't see a reference to the type of license, nor a link to a github repo.
Even the readme in the download does not provide clarity.
From: Edmond Kemokai <email@example.com>
Sent: 07 July 2017 21:41:48
Subject: Exciting Addition to Groovy EcosystemEdmondRegardsHello Groovers,
I am the developer of Solvent (codesolvent.com), it a platform for doing web development via JSR-223 with Groovy being the primary language. The solvent developer environment is itself a web application with a back-end built entirely in Groovy via the JSR-223 Groovy scripting engine.
I am trying to bring it to the attention of the community as an option for doing web development besides Grail.
There is a demo system you can access @ http://demo.codesolvent.com:70
Be nice, this is a shared demo system that others need and you have full system access :)
to see a sample, open: /com/crudzilla/betaApp/web/lan
You can test by right-clicking then select "Open In Browser".
This could make Groovy very accessible to web developers as it gives an easy way to build applications out-of-the-box, not unlike using something like PHP.
I am hoping folks would be interested in reviewing it and sharing feedback. I am more than happy to give an in depth demo and answer questions. I am hoping to eventually have Solvent added to the list of Ecosystem solutions for Groovy.I hope to hear back.