For Gint Version 3 - see How to Get On Board With Groovy
If you are not familiar with Groovy, then you need to get a better understanding of Groovy in order to use GINT effectively. Check out the Groovy documentation site. Groovy covers a lot of territory, but for GINT use, only the basics are really needed in most cases. If you are coming from a Java background, picking up Groovy is really easy because it shares similar syntax and, in most cases, just extends all the things you can do. If you are coming from a non-Java or non-programming background, GINT can still be used effectively with just a minimal set of Groovy skills. The following is a quick overview with pointers to the key topics that are important to learn to use Groovy in a GINT context.