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Answer (1 of 4): Functional Programming VS Imperative: 1) Functional programming treats everything as a function. The key point is it does not have a state associated with it i.e it is immutable.
In order to upload a file to server we used to use the form with multipart/form-data encoding. File upload is very easy with Play. Use a multipart/form-data encoded request to post files to the ser...
println("Hello World!") (*New!* [Start] Scala http://t.co/sHCDkGZN (by mumoshu 2012-12-23) [en][DL:OK] #Scala)
On the Play! Framework mailing lists I've seen reference to the sample Computer Database as a canonical example of paginating data. It's a good start but it's
Externalized version of an Introduction to Scala presentation I gave internally within IBM. The only things missing are a couple of intranet links.
Excelente apresentação, apesar de ser básica.
A new milestone release for Scala is available. This release is cut directly from current development and is not intended for production environments, but is a great chance to try out the up and coming features for Scala 2.10.0.