In this series of article, I'll explain the internals of playframework. I'll try to show how play works, from starting an application to rendering the HTTP response. Today, I will cover the startup of a play application in "prod" mode.
In this tutorial you will learn the Play 2 Framework by coding a real web application, from start to finish. In this application, we will try to use everything you would need in a real project, while introducing good practices for play application development.
A complex project is not necessarily composed of a single Play application. You may want to split a large project into several smaller applications, or even extract some logic into a standard Java or Scala library that has nothing to do with a Play application.
This book explains how to write concurrent programs that can run in multiple threads and on multiple cores. Dozens of complete working code examples are provided with the book, at least one per method in each language. Similar programs were written in Java and Scala. If you know Java and are learning Scala, comparing the two programs will be instructive.
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