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Knowledge is power, so yes it is good to know Groovy. Learning Groovy is no more or less difficult than learning any other language. If you know Java or even Ruby you'll pick it up very quickly.
BTW: read the part about kung-fu again, it is not actually related to a library or framework, but to you personally :)
Here is what I have been able to find out
"Kung Foo" refers to ask the developer to code and show how good he is.
I know what it is
Flickr - Photo/image sharing API. I downloaded the api and looked at the example programs.
Groovy - A version of Java Language which runs in the JVM.
Grails is Framework.
Today I have been able to create and run a simple Book application in NetBeans making use of Grails and Groovy.
1)I don't quite understand how to plug/use it into Grails?
2) Filckrj talks about FROB. What is it?
3) I understand you have to use authenticate and get key.
4) How to get a Search Dialog/prompt. Are we saying we need to use a form or is there a Groovy syntax to do this?
any clues/help/hints would be great.
Seek help in the right place dude. This is a Java forum (and at that you picked the servlet subforum which is even more unrelated), not a grails or flickr forum. You can try to ask for help about cars in a forum about motorcycles because both are vehicles, but the fact of the matter is that there are better places where people are actually interested in what you are trying to do.