Stephan Classen's talk was one of my favourites talks in Greach 2016. I was waiting for the video to link to it.
First he explains the differences between Asciidoc vs Asciidoctor and praises the Asciidoc capabilities. Later he shows how to create a asciidoctor documentation with screenshots which are captured on-the-fly with Geb. 🙃
He has a github repo with the talk's slides and code examples
We are getting out of excuses to have outdated documentation.
Last week, I posted to the http-requests library documentation. This week I link to @budbyrd's posts about the why and how he created/designed the http-requests library. It is always nice to hear the motivation behind any open source work.
Groovy WSLite developed by @jwagenleitner eases your work with JSON but apparently shines if you have to deal with SOAP.
I have personally not worked with SOAP but lately I am meeting a lot of programmers who do. This should come handy.
The groovy network libraries force awakens!
The very last sentence of @RalfDMueller' posts says it all.
this is very old knowledge, but sometimes the good things have to be repeated over and over again…
An awesome example of how well Java and Groovy play together.