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By mswatcher
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Submitted: Jul 27 2013 / 13:27

The Groovy support in NetBeans IDE is based on two use cases. In the first case, you're a Java programmer and want to use Groovy as a support language; therefore, in this scenario, you'll create a Java project and then add Groovy artifacts (Groovy classes and scripts) and go from there. In the second case, you're using Grails, in which case you'll go to the Groovy category in the New Project wizard (Ctrl-Shift-N) and create a Grails project and continue developing from that point onwards.
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