Hello and welcome to another week in #Scala! As usual we've got loads of awesome releases and blogs to tell you about (there's simply not enough time to read them all!)...
The latest Akka docs are now available in mobi format.
A plug-in by Pat Gannon for Sublime Text 2 that lets you run a single Scala Test, or all tests in your project. It also lets you quickly navigate to any scala files in your project folder, and switch back and forth between a class and its test. There’s also a blog on the subject here.
ScalaFlect: Statically typed query DSLs.
sbt-assembly 0.8.0, now with support for reference.conf.
sbt-revolver 0.6.1, an SBT plugin for dangerously fast development turnaround in Scala.
Introducing SwaggerSocket: A REST over WebSocket Protocol.
Blogs and tutorials
- Josh Suereth (@jsuereth) talks about Scala Days 2012
- More on Scala Days 2012 by @wilfredspringer
- Martin Odersky (@odersky) presents "Scala, an Introduction" at the London Scala Users Group
- Check out the latest Scala Types interview with Alex Payne (@al3x)
- Martin Odersky (@odersky) has posted his experiences from the SIP 18 conversion
- Gatling and Play2.0: continued by Andy Petrella (@noootsab)
- Publishing Play 2 modules on github by Steve Chaloner (@steve_objectify)
- Brilliant Play 2 + Scala + Neo4j app running on Heroku, and a blog about the app by Andy Petrella (@noootsab)
- Benchmarking JVM Concurrency Options for Java, Scala and Akka by Mike Slinn (@mslinn)
- Using Emacs for Scala Development - A Setup Tutorial by @wfaler
- The Play for Scala MEAP is now available
- Jamie Allen (@jamie_allen) has put together a MarkDown presentation about using Akka TestKit, Specs2 & Mockito
- scala-tools.org is now in sunset mode. Please change your configurations to point to Sonatype's Maven repository at https://oss.sonatype.org/content/groups/scala-tools/ or https://oss.sonatype.org/content/repositories/snapshots/
- "Operator Overloading" in Scala by Tom Jefferys (@tomjefferys)
- jQuery AJAX with Play 2 by Steve Chaloner (@steve_objectify)
Have a great weekend and as usual feel free to drop me a mail or message @markglh on twitter with any Scala news!