Composing Futures provides a way to do two (or more) things at the same time and then wait until they are done. Typically in Java this would be done with a...
0 replies - 4118 views - 03/17/13 by Nishant Chandra in Articles
Akka is actor based, event-driven framework for building highly
concurrent, reliable applications. Shouldn't come a surprise that
concept of a future is...
0 replies - 4984 views - 03/15/13 by Tomasz Nurkiewicz in Articles
A previous post introduced some features of using Scala with Vert.x. This post covers how to publish Rest web services in an elegant and simple...
0 replies - 4520 views - 03/13/13 by Slim Ouertani in Articles
Reporting. The ungrateful tasks usually left to the peasants of
programming teams. In this post, I’ll try to make it more bearable, even
0 replies - 1316 views - 03/12/13 by Jan Machacek in Articles
My previous post showed how to use Twitter4j in Scala to access Twitter streams.
This post shows how to control a Twitter user’s actions using
0 replies - 1505 views - 03/05/13 by Jason Baldridge in Articles
Let’s continue our discussion of native components that react to
messages from Akka. We will wire in actual image processing to our C++
code. To make the...
0 replies - 2494 views - 02/23/13 by Jan Machacek in Articles
Scala offers a functionality known as Structural Types which allows to
set a behaviour very similar to what dynamic languages allow to do when
3 replies - 6710 views - 02/20/13 by Carlo Scarioni in Articles
Last week I was presenting at JFokus (cool
conference, give it a try), a really nice JVM-focused conference.
Obviously I love the conference I...
0 replies - 3102 views - 02/20/13 by Konrad Malawski in Articles
My previous post provided a walk-through for using the Twitter streaming API from the command line,
but tweets can be more flexibly obtained...
0 replies - 1524 views - 02/19/13 by Jason Baldridge in Articles
Learning Scala is not an easy task. There are many things to learn. Some
of them are very different and some of them seem complex.
Currying is a technique...
0 replies - 4155 views - 02/16/13 by Carlo Scarioni in Articles
This session shows you how to use Scala, one of the hottest technologies, to build a JavaFX application that talks to a Java EE 7 application server. Scala is...
0 replies - 3734 views - 02/16/13 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
Editor's Note: This article has been republished with the permission of the original author, Graham Lea.
I’ve found this great Java library that can...
25 replies - 17955 views - 02/15/13 by Allen Coin in Articles
An Amazing New Java Library! There's a fun 'aha!' moment halfway through this Graham Lea article.
Are You A Lone Wolf Coder?
This is actually a...
0 replies - 4227 views - 02/15/13 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
Vert.x is a polyglot event-driven application framework that runs on the Java Virtual Machine (JAVA 7 is the minimum supported version). Like Node.js, Vert.x...
0 replies - 4994 views - 02/14/13 by Slim Ouertani in Articles
I have been trying out various options of implementing the Cake pattern
in Scala, considered to be one of the many ways of doing dependency
0 replies - 1929 views - 02/08/13 by Debasish Ghosh in Articles