Posted by Marios Papasofokli
Mon, May 12, 2014

Welcome to another edition of #ThisWeekInScala!  This week in our new shiny website!

If you want to show off your Scala and Reactive skills before ScalaDays2014 enter this contest

Ever wondered about the coding conventions developers actually use writing Scala ?  This will give you a better idea

If you want to slide into contributing to AKKA by solving simple entry-level issues, go ahead and do it!

Lets catch-up on the latest Scala happenings...

Posted by Jan Machacek
Thu, May 8, 2014

Akka and Spray

This application shows how to build Akka application with Spray API. In this tutorial, I am going to use Spray's spray-can, spray-httpx, spray-json artefacts with the Akka artefacts to build an application that receives HTTP requests with JSON payloads, unmarshals the JSON into instances of our own classes (case classes, to be exact). It then sends these instances to the appropriate Actors for processing. When the actors reply, it marshals the responses into JSON, and uses that to construct the HTTP responses.

Posted by alex lashford
Thu, Mar 13, 2014

This application shows how to build a 'modern' web application, comprising a Client-side JavaScript app built using AngularJS written in CoffeeScript, served from the Play 2 Framework and using document persistence with Reactive Mongo a non-blocking Scala client for MongoDB.

Posted by Jan Machacek
Mon, Jan 6, 2014

This is the first in the series of posts where I will explore a simple application that allows you to analyse and present data in interesting ways. I will be writing a nice AngularJS client, with the WebSocket connection to the Haskell back-end.

Posted by Peter Evison
Thu, Sep 19, 2013

Cake are looking for a passionate and skilled UIX front end developer for an exciting opportunity in Leeds. The 1 month project will involve working with numerous GUI's for a project within the betting industry.

Posted by Jan Machacek
Sat, Sep 14, 2013

In this post, I will walk you through a Spring Framework 4-based application that makes the most of WebSockets, RabbitMQ, and OpenCV to implement a simple computer vision application. It counts coins that an iOS application sends in a video stream over binary web socket.

Posted by Jan Machacek
Mon, Aug 5, 2013

This post follows up on the Akka and Spray post, and it extends it by adding a file upload handler. This allows us to upload images to the user's account. (Note that, as usual, the Akka code does nothing special with the uploaded files; it simply demonstrates that we can accept multipart/form-data-encoded POST.)

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