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Yes, it is now this easy to Dockerize a Play! Framework Application

Yes, it is now this easy to Dockerize a Play! Framework Application | playframework | Scoop.it
Do you want to build a dockerized Play! Framework application to deploy on a Docker server? Nepomuk Seiler actually tweeted about this awhile back, but I didn't realize until today how easy it was ...
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Adding an "Email sending" functionality in Play using Scala

Adding an "Email sending" functionality in Play using Scala | playframework | Scoop.it
To provide an "Email Sending " functionality in your Play App that is being built with Play 2.2.1, follow these steps ( this post summarizes the work done step by step). 1) Add following dependency...
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How to use Reflection to Document your Data Model based on JPA, Play and/or EBean Annotations

How to use Reflection to Document your Data Model based on JPA, Play and/or EBean Annotations | playframework | Scoop.it
So using JPA, Hibernate or EBeans is cool when you can just annotate your Java classes, but haven't you always wished you could "generate" documentation of your data model from the code? Pulling in...
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Using mail in playframework

Using mail in playframework | playframework | Scoop.it
There are some tips for sending mail using playframework based on my experiences. I think it would work on any version of playframework. So here they are: 1. Make sure your server is allowed to use...
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Stupid Java Tricks » Changing Play 2 DB Configuration At Runtime: Beware of Dragons

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Play Framework – Beginner Mistakes | My Geek Journey

Play Framework – Beginner Mistakes | My Geek Journey | playframework | Scoop.it
Just received a new instruction from my boss to explore Play framework, so I thought that I might as well post all of the silly mistakes that I have made while exploring the framework. 1) Why does my template keep displaying ...
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How to integrate the Aloha Wysiwyg Editor with Play! Framework

How to integrate the Aloha Wysiwyg Editor with Play! Framework | playframework | Scoop.it
I am constantly needing to update static content in Templates in my Play! Framework project, so I decided to integrate the Aloha Editor, an HTML5 WYSIWYG Editor. It is free to use, and they offer a...
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How deploy Play! Framework Apps with different configurations to Cloudbees

How deploy Play! Framework Apps with different configurations to Cloudbees | playframework | Scoop.it
Have you ever wanted to deploy the same Application with multiple configurations to Cloudbees, without changing your environment variables each time while using the command line? I spent a ton of t...
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Duck Typing in Scala: Structural Typing. | Javalobby

Duck Typing in Scala: Structural Typing. | Javalobby | playframework | Scoop.it
Scala offers a functionality known as Structural Types which allows to
set a behaviour very similar to what dynamic languages allow to do when
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How to implement a Session Timeout in Play Framework 2

How to implement a Session Timeout in Play Framework 2 | playframework | Scoop.it
If you follow the Play Framework 2 guide for implementing authentication: - you will notice that there is no session timeout in Play Framework 2. It was there in Play Framework 1, but Play Framew...
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Console Applications with Play Framework 2.x - Alexander Chepurnoy

What if you want to launch a part of your application within IDE to see log output? What if you want to have console launcher for actor system which …
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How to compile and use a Play Framework 2 module with the source from github

How to compile and use a Play Framework 2 module with the source from github | playframework | Scoop.it
Have you ever wanted to download the source of a Play Framework 2.0 module off of github and modify the source and test it?  Or have you expected it to be in some repository but for one reason or a...
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Play Framework Tip for developing offline

Play Framework Tip for developing offline | playframework | Scoop.it
This ended up being a useful tip from James Roper (@jroper) that I used recently when I was on vacation: from a Twitter Post: "Developing a Play app on a plane pro-tip: add offline := true to plugi...
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How to spend less time waiting for Play! Framework to compile while coding

How to spend less time waiting for Play! Framework to compile while coding | playframework | Scoop.it
A colleague just pointed this cool tip out to me: If you enter "play help", it says: "~ Executes the specified command whenever source files change." So what this does - and how it saves you time -...
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How to Edit Messages in the Browser While Developing Play! Framework Templates

How to Edit Messages in the Browser While Developing Play! Framework Templates | playframework | Scoop.it
As a followup to my recent experiments to inline editing of content blocks while developing Play! Framework templates, I decided to focus on Messages this week.  Messages are basically Resource Bun...
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playframework - where to keep external files in play framework while using scala - Stack Overflow

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My Upgrade from Play! Framework 2.0.4 to 2.1.0 went smooth except for these few things

My Upgrade from Play! Framework 2.0.4 to 2.1.0 went smooth except for these few things | playframework | Scoop.it
Today I decided to upgrade from Play Framework 2.0.4 to the newly released 2.0.1. I followed their helpful guide: http://www.playframework.com/documentation/2.1.0/Migration Here is a list of the pr...
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Using subprojects - Joerg Viola

Using subprojects - Joerg Viola | playframework | Scoop.it
Using Subprojects Decomposing your application into subprojects can reduce build times a lot.
Also, it adds structure to your source tree.
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