Webinar invitation: Unlocking Enterprise Databases to Create New Online Services with Magnolia CMS and Grails

From: Vikram V
Sent on: Thursday, March 21, 2013 5:58 AM
Hello all

I'm writing to you from Magnolia. We make a Java open source CMS with 
some pretty cool features (www.magnolia-cms.co­m)

We'll be hosting a free webinar on Apr[masked] which explains how Grails 
developers can create new database-backed online services using Magnolia 
CMS (complete announcement below).

We're trying to spread the word about this webinar and would love to 
have you all attend. The webinar will be presented by Peter Wayner, a 
well-known developer and author.

You can read more and register at: 
http://www.magnol...­

Many thanks for your attention, and we hope to see you there!

Vikram Vaswani
Magnolia

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Webinar: Unlock Enterprise Databases to Create New Online Services with 
Magnolia CMS and Grails

Tapping into enterprise databases to create new, valuable online 
services for customers is a challenge for any developer. By combining 
Grails' scaffolding features with Magnolia CMS' modular templating 
architecture, developers have a powerful toolkit for rapidly prototyping 
and deploying new database-driven online services that take maximum 
advantage of rich enterprise data.

On 3 April 2013, Peter Wayner, developer and author of technology 
tutorials on Magnolia CMS and Grails, will present a webinar on using 
Magnolia CMS with Grails to enable new online services by leveraging the 
content in your enterprise databases. This free webinar will demonstrate 
strategies for combining database content with Magnolia CMS templates 
using the Maglev (Magnolia on Grails) plugin. This webinar is extremely 
useful for Java and Grails developers of all levels, as well as IT 
professionals and system integrators interested in application 
integration for business solutions.

Register now for this webinar at

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