It sucks! It just sucks! javac is generating byte code. groovyc is generating byte code. bothe are generating byte code for the jvm. From the byte code perspective their is no different between java and groovy. And in the IDE, IntelliJ IDEA, you can easily mix Java classes with groovy classes. No Problem. No errorsContinue reading “Groovy and Java in Mixed Mode”
I found this blog entry very useful: http://groovy.codehaus.org/Differences+from+Java
I am playing around with Groovy. That is a dynamic language for the Java VM. It is similar to Ruby. I found this tutorial here: http://groovy.codehaus.org/Tutorial+1+-+Getting+started That is pretty helpful for beginners. Try it out.