We invest significantly in the development, maintenance, and support of the Grails Framework.
Our goal is to provide clients with the support they need while maintaining as much focus as possible on innovation. In order to do that, we must limit how much effort is spent on earlier versions of the framework.
End Of Life (EOL)
Versions of Grails that have been End Of Life’d are no longer maintained, and no future releases will be issued for these version groups. Only the earliest versions of Grails have been EOL’d.
Our investment and effort for versions of Grails that are in Maintenance Mode is limited to resolving critical security advisories (there has only been one of these in Grails’ 10+ year history!) as well as custom enhancements for our clients.
This is where we actively invest, to develop and roll out new features, performance enhancements, and bug fixes.
Grails Version by Current Support Status
1.x. | End of Life
2.x. | Maintenance Mode
3.0.x. | Maintenance Mode
3.x. | Actively Maintained
Note: All 2.x changes are being made in the 2.5.x line of releases.
On June 30, 2017, 3.0.x entered Maintenance, and 3.1.x and beyond will remain in Active Maintenance.
The Grails Product Roadmap shows our high-level initiatives and planned features.
In general, our ad hoc support contracts cover all releases that are in Maintenance or Active Maintenance. For support questions related to EOL’d versions of Grails, please contact us.