The Broadleaf framework 4.0.0 release candidate is now available.
This chronicles my experience as both an attendee and a speaker at SpringOne 2GX 2014 in Dallas, Texas.
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.
We have begun using New Relic for our application monitoring at Broadleaf. We noticed a very disturbing trend with increasingly high 'Request Queueing' time. This chronicles our journey into how we resolved it.
Broadleaf has officially switched off of Jira and has moved all issue tracking to GitHub across all projects. This details how Broadleaf uses GitHub to manage bug tracking, pull requests and releases.