It’s amazing how simple the jQuery libraries make complex front-end development. Then if you add in CoffeeScript, using jQuery is even better! In this screencast, I demonstrate creating a AJAX-enabled sortable-list in a Grails 2.0 application. Please let me know in the comments if you find the screen-cast valuable or not!

The source-code for this screencast is available on GitHub: https://github.com/bobbywarner/grails-coffeescript-demo2

This screencast was inspired by Ryan Bates’ RailsCasts Episode #147. I borrowed some of his excellent CoffeeScript example code.

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  1. Thanks for using coffeescript-resources. I see where it could be improved :) And I will have to give another try to integrate it completely with resources plugin :)

  2. Bobby, I added it to the screencasts section of grails.org: http://grails.org/screencast/show/32

  3. Great! Thanks for sharing.

  4. @Edvinas I look forward to seeing the improvements!

  5. @Peter Thanks for adding it to grails.org!

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