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Huffington Post Case Study: Building a Solid Platform with Typesafe – Blog - Typesafe

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Building Ribbit in Scala | Nettuts+

Building Ribbit in Scala | Nettuts+ | playframework | Scoop.it
In this tutorial we will implement the Ribbit application in Scala. We'll be covering how to install the Play web framework, a NetBeans plugin for it, and
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Incorporating Authorization into Play 2.x (Scala) application | Javalobby

Incorporating Authorization into Play 2.x (Scala) application | Javalobby | playframework | Scoop.it
For people in hurry here is the code and the steps.
In continuation of Play 2.x (Scala) is it a Spring MVC contender? – Introduction, in this...
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Implementing DAL in Play 2.x (Scala), Slick, ScalaTest

Implementing DAL in Play 2.x (Scala), Slick, ScalaTest | playframework | Scoop.it
For people in hurry here is the code and the steps. In continuation of Play 2.x (Scala) is it a Spring MVC contender? – Introduction, in this blog, I will demonstrate how we implement a simple Data...
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Play! Framework 2 (2.1) Scala with Slick made easy (With example)

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.
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Getting Started with Play 2.1 , Scala 2.10 and Slick 0.11.1

Starting from scala 2.10 version , Slick will be by defaut the database manager. In addition, Playframework also will be based on scala 2.10 since version 2.1.

In this tutorial, I will try to present an example using the last version of slick and scalatest based on scala 2.10.0-M7 and a developpment version of playframework

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Slick 2.0 GA - Functional Relational Mapping Made Easy – Blog - Typesafe

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Typesafe Slick - Bay Area Scala Enthusiasts - October 2012

This talk presents Slick, Typesafe's library for accessing databases, the successor of the popular ScalaQuery library. With Slick, database queries can be ex...
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Coffee Bean: Comparaison d'Anorm et Slick pour l'accès aux bases de données relationnelles en Scala

Coffee Bean: Comparaison d'Anorm et Slick pour l'accès aux bases de données relationnelles en Scala | playframework | Scoop.it
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Introduction to Slick – plain SQL usage

In this post i will cover usage of the Slick library, which provides a Scala-centric API over JDBC. Slick offers 3 flavors for querying the DB – I will focus on the plain SQL flavor. Note: Sl...
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Storing a model in a (relational) Database with Slick and Play 2.1

Storing a model in a (relational) Database with Slick and Play 2.1 | playframework | Scoop.it

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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Play! Framework 2 (2.1) Scala with Slick made easy (With example) | Blogeek

Play! Framework 2 (2.1) Scala with Slick made easy (With example) | Blogeek | playframework | Scoop.it

How to easily configure Play! Framework 2.1 with Slick. It will be customizable to use any driver and you'll have helprs to access the database and your tables.

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