Today I’ve seen some videos about Slick and Play! Framework 2.1 and I got excited, so I thought, let’s code an app with Slick. What did I realize? It wasn’t that simple. Play! isn’t yet thought to work with Slick very well.
play211-scala210-spring3-Hibernate4 - This repository contains the code base for configuring Play Framework 2.1.1 and Scala 2.10 with Spring 3 for Dependency Injection and Hibernate 4 as ORM framework.
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.
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