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Grails Symfony 4
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Preference (51% global votes) (0% global votes)
Website grails.​org symfony.​com
License ?
Features
Scaffolding Yes ?
Full text search Yes ?
Architecture
Development principles ?
Design pattern ?
Multilingual
Multilingual content Yes ?
System requirements
Operating system ?
Programming language
Framework ?
Database ?
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Description Grails is an open source web application framework which uses the Groovy programming language (which is in turn based on the Java platform). It is intended to be a high-productivity framework by following the "coding by convention" paradigm, providing a stand-alone development environment and hiding much of the configuration detail from the developer. ?
Tag MVC ?
Multi-user system Yes ?
Extension/Plug-in Yes ?
Image processing engin Yes ?
Interpreter Yes ?
Trackback Yes ?
Database model ?
Transactions Yes ?
Unicode Yes ?
Multiple projects Yes ?
Standard compliance Yes ?
External pages Yes ?
User statistics Yes ?
Revision control Yes ?
Atomicity Yes ?
Horizontal scalable Yes ?
Template language ?
Target audience ?
Difficulty level ?
Application startup time 1 s ?
Version number 2.3.7 ?
Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) Yes ?
Popularity (0% global votes) (0% global votes)
Documentation level ★★★★★ ?
Multi tasking Yes ?
RESTful Yes ?
Lines of code 100 k ?
Code Generation Yes ?
Dynamic typing Yes ?
Programming paradigm ?
Comments Yes ?
Scripting language support ?
Free to use Yes ?
Backend ?
Active Yes ?
Database Connection Pooling Yes ?
Separate Service Layer Yes ?
Web Flows Yes ?
Heroku Support Yes ?
Creation Date 2006 ?
Community Driven Good ?
HTML syntax Yes ?
WSDL Yes ?
Reliability ★★★★☆ ?
Custom queries Good ?
Layout Structure Template Yes ?
File Assets Yes ?
API Good ?
Compiled language Yes ?
XML Aware Good ?
Client/Server code reuse ?
Batch Processing Yes ?
Cloud platform support ?
Admin Generator Yes ?
Compiler Yes ?
Browser support ?
API comprehensibility ★★★★☆ ?
IDE Yes ?
Webmail Yes ?
Jobs Oportunities ★★★★☆ ?
Implementation flexibility (59% global votes) (0% global votes)
Out-of-the-box functionality (53% global votes) (0% global votes)
Bundle system Yes ?
SOA Yes ?
Annotation Support Yes ?
LDAP Yes ?
Query Cache Yes ?
Community feedback ★★★★★ ?
Ease of use ★★★★★ ?
Geospatial elements Yes ?
Free for commercial use Yes ?
Duck typing Yes ?
360° Camera Yes ?
ORM Yes ?
Realtime Server Push Yes ?
Easy of Use Yes ?
JVM Yes ?
Open Source Yes ?
Flux Capacitor No ?
Web Developer Toolbar No ?
Websocket Support Yes ?
Maven support Yes ?
Resource File Processing Yes ?
Lambda Expressions Yes ?
Properties Yes ?
Closures Yes ?
Perfomance ★★★★☆ ?
Database migrations Yes ?
I like it Yes ?
Debug Mode Yes ?
Static Typing Yes ?
Autocomplete Code Yes ?
Dependency Injection Yes ?
Makes you angry Yes ?
Spring Security Yes ?
Easy to Learn Yes ?
Extensibility Yes ?
Unit Testing Yes ?
Ajax Yes ?
User management Yes ?
ORM Join Support Yes ?
Operating system server ?
Package Manager Yes ?
Makes developer create a slew of inefficient Javascript No ?
Easy Setup Yes ?
Jquery Yes ?
jQuery Support Yes ?
Modules/Extensions/Plugins 1 184 ?
Stored Procedure Yes ?
Full-Stack Yes ?
User-friendly Yes ?
Internationalization Yes ?
Easy to Config Yes ?
Self Server Yes ?
XSS Yes ?
Official IDE Support Yes ?
Dynamic Language Yes ?
MVC Yes ?
ORM that doesn't hurt Yes ?
Yes ?
Inheritance Yes ?
Write More, Do Less No ?
Better than Node.js Yes ?
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