Caelyf is a lightweight Groovy toolkit for Cloud Foundry.
Caelyf lets you deploy applications on many Cloud Foundry PaaS platforms Caelyf gives you the power when you use Groovy for developing your applications Caelyf builds upon Groovlets and the Groovy template servlet Caelyf has a caching feature to improve runtime performance Caelyf has a logging feature to improve development performance Caelyf can harness the power of asynchronous and parallel techniques to improve runtime performance Caelyf allows you to cleanly separate your views with Groovy templates and your actions in Groovlets. Caelyf lets you define friendly REST-ful URLs thanks to its URL routing system Caelyf provides a simple plugin system for improving code reuse and code sharing Caelyf is Open Source and is released under the Apache License (ASL 2). Its source code is hosted by Github
Caelyf's origins come from a fork of the Gaelyk lightweight Groovy toolkit for Google App Engine.
Caelyf projects structured in a standard directory format can leverage the Gradle build tool for development and deployment.
Click the wiki link in the column to the right (looks like a book) to reach the Caelyf wiki. There you will find links and references to caelyf resources.
Status: Fri. 20 Sept.2013 Restored some missing war,jar and zips. Rebuilt codebase and template again. Continuing work on caelyf 1.1.1 to revise the caching feature. May delay until 1.2
Sat. 19 Oct.2013 Fixing gradle build files for gradle 2.0 release. Will probably update to gradle 1.8 as an intermediate level. See http://caelyf.org as it always points to at least one active version of the Caelyf website and sample template.
Sun. 1 Dec.2013 revised all gradle references to version 1.9; revised caelyf to use groovy 2.2.1 which includes gpars modules, so these are no longer needed as separate features. included first try at gradle plugin for cloud foundry to allow gradle to upload to PaaS vendors like Pivotal as part of build process. Also first attempt at gradle multi-project build.
Sat. 12 Dec.2013 Fixing gradle build files for gradle 2.0 release. Will probably update to gradle 1.10 as an intermediate level. See http://caelyf.org as it always points to at least one active version of the Caelyf website and sample template.
Fri. 3 Jan.2014 Uploaded v.1.1.2
23 June, 2014 Commence deployment of caelyf 1.3.0
1 October, 2014 Commence deployment of caelyf 1.3.1
1 Septmber, 2016 Commence deployment of caelyf 1.3.4