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New Relic now instruments on the Play 2.x framework to provide you insight into your Java or Scala (2.9 – 2.10) Play apps.
This post shows how to integrate findbugs into a Play framework 2 / Java project. Play 2.0 uses sbt (simple-build-tool) for build management, so this …
a jax-rs router plugin for play java apps. Contribute to play-jaxrs development by creating an account on GitHub.
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This second part of my series about Play routes basics shows how to use localization, SEO and binders.
A question recently came up at work about benchmarks between Java and Scala. Maybe you came across my blog post because you too are wanting to know...
Today I will show you how I use jasper reports with play framework. First will need some dependencies that will get with the help of SBT.
In this blog, we will first look at Play framework basics and then we will develop an application using it.
On a recent project, my team evaluated several web frameworks for an upcoming web application. We chose The Play Framework. I was very attracted to its simplicity and the rapidity with which we could get things working.
As this has been asked on the play mailinglist this post shall guide you through the setup of MyBatis with Play2.
Sample.Play.Jbhave.Spring - Play 2.0's sample app which integrates JBehave & Spring frameworks.
Scaling Scala vs Java - all that jazz...
In the Play! documentation, several flavours of functional testing are mentioned, including starting a HTTP server for the duration of the test – this is very useful for testing web services.