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Building a Java Play! App on Heroku using Database.com Building a Java Play! App on Heroku using Database.com Presentation Transcript

  • Building a Java Play! App on Herokuusing Database.comThe subtitle goes hereCory McIlroy, Appirio, Community Architect@coryio
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  • Agenda  Introductions  Describe the sample app  Quick intro to Heroku and Play  Walkthrough: Heroku/Play  Walkthrough: Force.com  Q&A break  Scala in Play teaser
  • Introductions  Who I am • Cory McIlroy (yes, like the golfer, but with a C) • Live in St. Louis, MO • Work at Appirio (Force.com, Heroku, CloudSpokes)  Who You are • Java and/or Force.com developers? • Admins, Architects, Managers interested in the platform?
  • Consider this example....Softball League Manager- an Existing Force.com Application.  Comes with all the great things about force.com... • Security and Sharing • Reporting Roster Management • Simple but powerful data management • Extensibility Stats Tracker League Fees League Rankings
  • Extending the App with HerokuWe want some new features...  Public “Leaderboard” • High Volume, especially during playoff season • Need elastic platform, heavy caching  Manager “Sub Finder" app • Fast filter tool • Mobile-friendly • Fetch contact info from force.com
  • How They Fit TogetherTwo touchpoints between the Heroku app and the force.comREST API, slightly different flavors.  Fetch Free-Agents List • Standard "query" REST call • "Index" into Redis for filtering  Fetch Standings • custom apex REST Service • "pass through" JSON
  • Heroku at a GlanceA scalable polyglot platform in the cloud  Scalable & Flexible • Datastore options, right tool for the job • Other Heroku addons • Polyglot support  Better cost model for this application • Scale up/down seasonally  Utilize our java expertise
  • Why the Play Framework? Play 2.0 is a high-productivity Java and Scala web applicationA web framework for the asynchronous age framework that integrates the components and APIs you need for modern web application development.  Light, Fast, Scalable Play is based on a lightweight, stateless, web-friendly architecture  Easy to work with => Dev Productivity and features predictable and minimal resource consumption (CPU, memory, threads) for highly-scalable applications thanks  Designed towards fully Async HTTP model to its reactive model, based on Iteratee IO. -- http://www.playframework.org/documentation/2.0.3/Home  Type checking, even in routes & view templates  Comprehensive, extensible build system  Powerful, Scala-based templating engine
  • Leaderboard overview
  • Sub Finder overview
  • Heroku Code Walkthrough  Directory Structure  Routes File  Build.scala (deps)  OAuth helper  Controller(s)  Model/Managers  Force.com REST helper (“Jesper”)  demo: play compile / git push
  • Force.com Code Walkthrough  REST service (composition)  OAuth config
  • Resources  https://github.com/mcilroyc/play20_force_league_manager  https://github.com/jesperfj/force-rest-api