This is the first part of a multipart series showing you how to make writing JSF page more fun. You will get better results writing less code.
Let’s have a look at a simple, yet typical form consisting of a single input field:
We have to write three lines of code to implement one input field. Looking carefully at the code, you will see the repetitions:
Today I tried to convert a couple a Java classes to Groovy. Groovy is just Java on steroids, I thought, so this should be pretty simple. Just change the file name extension and be happy.
Alas! My project was sparkled with red dots. There are subtle differences between the languages I did not notice before.
Theese days we had some difficulties updating the libraries we used. We had to update them pretty often, sometime twice a week. So I was looking for a neat way to update the libraries on my collegues’ computers without blocking their work.