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http://www.meetup.com/The-London-Play-Framework-Meetup-Group/events/127732662/

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London Play Framework Meetup 8 August 2013 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Play Framework Meetup at Mind Candy, 8 August 2013
  • 2. MindCandy is hiring! mindcandy.com/recruitment Amanda Cowie @amandacowie
  • 3. MindCandy is hiring! mindcandy.com/recruitment Amanda Cowie @amandacowie
  • 4. Guy’s talk
  • 5. Running Tasks with Play Making deployments easier
  • 6. Play is good for a bunch of reasons • Scala • Fast • Scalable • Easy to be productive • More • Buzzwords • Here That’s why we’re all here
  • 7. Akka is your best friend If you’re building tools to run tasks then Akka makes loads of things easier Play makes it easy to create a complex, asynchronous, actor system, and put a good web UI on top This comes in handy when you’re building tools for people, not services for machines
  • 8. Sankai Sankai is the tool we built for deploying the Moshi Monsters flash It serves three main functions • Managing the dependencies of the flash bundle • Running the deployment scripts • Keeping logs of script output and deployed dependencies
  • 9. A simpler example Sankai is quite large and a bit crufty, so I wrote a smaller example All the code is up on github github.com/rumblesan/play-fabric-tasks
  • 10. open mic?
  • 11. Javascript Routing • Don’t RepeatYourself • Reverse Routing for Javascript
  • 12. Play’s Javascript Router • Embedded • emitted directly with web page • External • loaded via separate GET
  • 13. Example code github.com/mcmarkb/play-javascript-routing-example
  • 14. future meetups • open mic • tips / experiences • hackathons • challenges