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From MG <mg...@arscreat.com>
Subject Re: What projects use Groovy as its main development language ?
Date Sun, 12 Jul 2020 15:33:46 GMT
Thank you to everyone who replied so far G-)
Cheers,
mg

On 02/07/2020 09:15, Alessio Stalla wrote:
> Projects built with Portofino (https://portofino.manydesigns.com) all 
> use Groovy as their main implementation language (alongside 
> JavaScript/TypeScript and maybe some Java).
> I've worked on several such projects, but they're all closed-source. A 
> couple of publicly accessible ones are two applications that we (my 
> former employer) did for the local University. One is a platform for 
> running online recruitment procedures 
> (https://concorsi.unige.it/home/?__language=en), the other, which is 
> Italian only I think, is a platform to match high-school students with 
> work experiences at the University 
> (https://alternanza-scuola-lavoro.unige.it/welcome).
> They're both a few years old and built with Portofino 4 and (I think) 
> Groovy 2.4. So they're MVC web applications.
> We've since released Portofino 5 that is REST +  Angular instead of 
> MVC, but it hasn't gained much traction so far.
>
> On Thu, 2 Jul 2020 at 08:32, Kostas Saidis <saikos@gmail.com 
> <mailto:saikos@gmail.com>> wrote:
>
>     Groovy has been my language of choice for some time now (replacing
>     Java)
>     and I use it extensively in as many projects as I can.
>
>     The two most significant ones are the following.
>
>     1. Groovy lies at the heart and soul of the Clyze packaging tool for
>     Android apps (clyze.com <http://clyze.com>); the Clyze core
>     contains about 25K SLOC of Groovy.
>     The tool aims to make the management of ProGuard / R8
>     configurations as
>     easy as possible for Android teams and it is currently in an early
>     access state (we have only announced it on local groups here in
>     Greece,
>     so it is really coming to life as we speak). We have been
>     developing it
>     at the PLaST lab of the University of Athens for some time now,
>     where I
>     provide service as a visiting lecturer in Software Engineering, while
>     the whole Clyze effort is lead by Yannis Smaragdakis (the lab
>     director,
>     Professor @ UoA and a well-known PL -and especially static analysis-
>     researcher in top-notch events like SPLASH, PLDI, etc). BTW, if
>     you' re
>     into Android, we currently look forward to collecting as much
>     feedback
>     as possible for the tool, so feel free to experiment with it and
>     contact
>     me for any comments, thoughts or insights!
>
>     2. Groovy drives the back-end of Butterfly, the digital repository
>     product we have developed at Niovity, a company that offers digital
>     library / institutional repository solutions, mainly. Butterfly
>     contains
>     about 40K SLOC of Groovy.
>
>     Cheers,
>     Kostas
>
>     On 27/6/2020 1:24 π.μ., MG wrote:
>     > A quick survey: Who on this mailing list works on or knows of a
>     > project where Groovy is the main language of development, i.e.
>     it is
>     > not used as "just" a script or DSL language in addition to e.g.
>     Java ?
>     > If possible name the company/country/project and give some
>     impression
>     > of the size of the project (lines of code, # of people working
>     on it,
>     > etc), timeframe of development, and whether it is os or
>     commercial (or
>     > both) G-)
>     >
>     > Thanks in advance,
>     > cheers,
>     > mg
>     >
>     >
>     >
>


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