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    About Grails:

    Grails is open source web framework based on Groovy programming language which runs on Java platform.

     

    Steps to install Grail:

     

    Step One: Install JDK

     

    sudo apt-get install openjdk-6-jdk

     

    Step Two: Install GVM (Groovy Environment Manager)

    GVM is a command-line tool for managing parallel version of different SDKs on Unix-based systems.

    sudo apt-get install curl

    Curl is installed now, lets install gvm

    curl -s get.gvmtool.net | bash

     

    Step Three: Install Grails

    gvm install grails

     

    Step Four: Test Installation

    mkdir projects
    cd projects
    grails create-app test

    Newly created project directory and run it:

    cd test
    grails run-app

    Browse to http://localhost:8080/test

    All done!

    Thanks for reading the blog

     

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