So what is Akka? It's an Actor framework for the JVM that is implemented in Scala but that is something that you rarely notice when working from Java. It offers a nice Java API that provides most of the functionality in a convenient way.
In this post, let's shoot to have our little app pull from the yankees database and render the results in an HTML table. It won't be pretty but we'll handle UX, functionality and and aesthetics in another post.
One way of implementing persistence is using Typesafe Slick. In order to get a driver-independent mapping of RDBMS tuples to instances of the model, a DAO class is created with the driver as an argument.
The Problem Write a stream based (server sent event, comet or WebSocket) web application where many clients need to get the same information (news feed or any kind of dashboard for example). Why push the same information to all clients? Because this information may be costly to build or it is important every client gets the exact same, time dependent, information.
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