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Play-oriented web
development
Daniel Leon
Optymyze
12th of October 2013
Presentation highlights
• What is Play ?
• Demo
• Conclusions
• Q&A
What is Play ?
Play framework strengths
• Developer friendly
• Highly scalable
• Ready for modern web & mobile
Developer friendly
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Type safety all the way
IDE support
Fast deployment cycle
Built-in testing tools
Powerful co...
Highly scalable
Stateless web tier
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Non-blocking I/O
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Powerful concurrent and distributed
processing model due to integr...
Modern web&mobile ready
Restful by default
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Asset compiler for LESS, CofeeScript
etc
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WebSocket, Comet, Server-Side
Even...
Who uses Play ?
Key notions
• Sbt
• Typesafe
SBT
• Build management tool
• Manages multiple compilers easy
– Scala
– Java
– Less & Coffee script
– Routes and templates...
Typesafe
Reactive platform
http://www.reactivemanifesto.org
Demo time
Conclusions

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Developer friendly
High performance
User friendly
And most of all ... FUN
Reminder

http://www.scala-lang.org/
http://www.playframework.com/
Q&A
Please fill in your
evaluation form
Play oriented web development
Daniel Leon
Optymyze
12th of October 2013
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  1. 1. Play-oriented web development Daniel Leon Optymyze 12th of October 2013
  2. 2. Presentation highlights • What is Play ? • Demo • Conclusions • Q&A
  3. 3. What is Play ?
  4. 4. Play framework strengths • Developer friendly • Highly scalable • Ready for modern web & mobile
  5. 5. Developer friendly ● ● ● ● ● Type safety all the way IDE support Fast deployment cycle Built-in testing tools Powerful console & build tools
  6. 6. Highly scalable Stateless web tier ● Non-blocking I/O ● Powerful concurrent and distributed processing model due to integration with Akka ●
  7. 7. Modern web&mobile ready Restful by default ● Asset compiler for LESS, CofeeScript etc ● WebSocket, Comet, Server-Side Event ● Extensive classic and NoSQL database support ●
  8. 8. Who uses Play ?
  9. 9. Key notions • Sbt • Typesafe
  10. 10. SBT • Build management tool • Manages multiple compilers easy – Scala – Java – Less & Coffee script – Routes and templates • Plugin based
  11. 11. Typesafe Reactive platform http://www.reactivemanifesto.org
  12. 12. Demo time
  13. 13. Conclusions ● ● ● ● Developer friendly High performance User friendly And most of all ... FUN
  14. 14. Reminder http://www.scala-lang.org/ http://www.playframework.com/
  15. 15. Q&A
  16. 16. Please fill in your evaluation form Play oriented web development Daniel Leon Optymyze 12th of October 2013
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