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  • Scala
    Building Ribbit in ScalaRibbit scala retina preview
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    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 finally the code in Scala. If you are new to Scala, check out this previous tutorial which will help you set up your environment and provides you with a general platform that you can build upon. Even though the essence of Ribbit is to create/send/read Ribbits (our version of tweets), we will spend a large part of this tutorial explaining how Play works, authentication, and persistence. After these are in place, the rest becomes much easier. We will also implement ribbit creation, submission and listing out all ribbits. Following someone, advanced user settings, and direct messages will be an extra assignment for you to complete on your own. I am sure if you manage to follow along with this tutorial and create Ribbit as explained below, these three functionalities will be easily accomplished as homework.Read More…
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    From Zero to Hello World in ScalaScala 400
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    Scala is one of the most attractive programming languages out right now. There is a lot of hype around it and programmers world-wide are publicly recognizing it as the possible next big thing in programming. Here's why. Scala is all about functional programming in an object oriented context. It tries to take the best of both worlds and combine them into a highly efficient, intelligent, and relatively easy to understand language. Right now it is the leader in today's renaissance of functional programming languages.Read More…
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