Practically Groovy: Go server-side up, with Groovy describes the GroovyServer Pages framework, which is currently aimed at producing very simple applications.
The article walks through creation of a sample web application, then shows a few simple Groovlets. After that, it goes into GroovyServer Pages itself, and refactors a sample from GroovySql, showing GSP as a good rendering mechanism.
As the author says:
Groovlets and GSPs are the obvious choice for server-side development when the required functionality is fairly simple and needs to have been built yesterday. Both frameworks are extremely flexible and the code-to-view turnaround time is virtually unbeatable.
What do you think the future of this technology will hold?