Using Groovy and Grails with Spring Boot

The emergence of Spring Boot has significantly improved the development of applications with Spring, allowing you to create applications faster by improving the configuration and removing repetitive tasks.

It lets you run the application or test it through the command line and in relation to the dependencies we include with Maven or Gradle, a default configuration is set. Some of the dependencies that can be included are support for Groovy and also the use of GORM (Grails Object Relational Mapping) as well as Hibernate for persistence. We will see where and how to use them in our projects with Spring Boot and what advantages it offers.

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