Introduction to Groovy, Part 3 – In this third installment ofIntroduction to Groovy (part 1, part 2) we will continue looking at some features of the Groovy language. Some you may find them on other languages, but some are exclusive to Groovy.
PDFBox – Java PDF Library – PDFBox is an open source Java PDF library for working with PDF documents. This project allows creation of new PDF documents, manipulation of existing documents and the ability to extract content from documents.
TagSoup home page – This is the home page of TagSoup, a SAX-compliant parser written in Java that, instead of parsing well-formed or valid XML, parses HTML
Grails – Home – Grails aims to bring the “coding by convention” paradigm to Groovy. It’s an open-source web application framework that leverages the Groovy language and complements Java Web development.
How do you parse HTML in Java? – The Open Source HTML Parsers in Java page is useful in listing the HTML parsers that are out there. But it doesn’t give much of a clue about which are the “best” in a given situation. In other words, how should one decide which HTML parser to use?
I am a total Java geek that lives in Brookfield - WI (Milwaukee), making my living as an architect/developer, spending all my time with Java, J2EE, OO, Linux, and open source. In my spare time, when I am not in front of my computers, I spend every other minute with my other loves: My wife and daughter, books, music, guitars, Formula-1 racing and SCI-FI shows like StarGate and others.
At work, I spend most of my time dealing with architectural and security issues with plenty of work and personal play-time going into discovering the latest tool, framework, etc that will allow us to work faster, smarter and deliver better results. A lot of my time is also spent fire-fighting issues and coming up with solutions to interesting problems. :)
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