As of version 4.2 of the Broadleaf Commerce Framework, we are officially changing our Community License from Apache 2 to the the “Broadleaf Commerce Fair Use License”.
In part 2 of my dive into Groovy and Gradle, this post talks about the actual implementation of a Rackspace Cloud Files file provider using the Groovy language.
This is the first post in a 2-part series detailing my experience with writing a Broadleaf file provider module for Rackspace Cloud Files. Rather than using Maven and vanilla Java, I wrote the module using Gradle to build the Groovy implementation code. This first part details the Gradle configuration required with some details about how that compares to using a Maven pom.xml.