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Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework #jjug_ccc
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  • 1. Beginning Scala with Skinny Framework Kazuhiro Sera @seratch M3, Inc. Skinny Framework Team JJUG CCC 2014 Spring 2014/05/18
  • 2. - What s Skinny -
  • 3. Skinny? ・ Skinny has a nice ring. ! ・Application should be skinny ・Framework should be skinny ・ su-ki-ni in Japanese means as you like it
  • 4. Skinny Framework ・2014/03/28 - version 1.0.0 (latest 1.0.14) ・Concept: Scala on Rails ・Full-stack Web app framework ・MVC、ORM、DB migration、Mail Sender ・scaffold auto generator ・Run on the Servlet containers ・Java 1.6 or higher, Servlet 3.0 or higher ・war packaging, standalone jar file
  • 5. Full-stack required? ・Full-stack web framework is a dead word? ・Recently they re not uncommon ・Integrating libraries is flexible but costs ・Recommended way to do the same is important for team building ・Developers time should be used for creating differentiated features
  • 6. Scala on Rails? ・Rails and Play1 are optimised for HTML- based web app development ・Play2 is a new generation framework to implement servers that have high performance and solve C10K problem ・JSON API servers、Akka-oriented apps !
  • 7. Skinny Structure ・Basically built upon dependable libraries ・Routes, Servlet API DSL from Scalatra ・Default template engine: Scalate ・ORM is built upon ScalikeJDBC ・DB migration: Flyway ・JSON operations: json4s ・Input validations and mailer are original !
  • 8. - Beginning Skinny -
  • 9. Bootstrap (1) ・Required: Only JDK (1.6 or higher) ・Download a zip file from skinny- framework.org ! ! ! ! !
  • 10. Bootstrap (2) ・Unzip it and run skinny run ・Access localhost:8080 from your browser ・Same procedure on Windows OS ! ! ! ! ! !
  • 11. Bootstrap (3) ・Recommended sbt project template ・All the jar files are already downloaded ・You don t need learning sbt settings in detail at this point ・Easy to run on Jenkins ・Using IntelliJ IDEA is recommended (Community Edition is enough for Scala) !
  • 12. - Skinny MVC -
  • 13. ・#set puts value to request scope (can be accessed in controller/view) ・Returned value will be the response body ! ! ! ! ! ! First Controller (1) // src/main/scala/controller/RootController.scala! ! package controller! import skinny._! class RootController extends ApplicationController {! def index = {! set(“name”, “JJUG”)! render(“/root/index”)! }! }
  • 14. ・ Hello ${name}! will be Hello JJUG! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! First Controller (2) ! -# src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/views/root/index.html.ssp! <%@val name: String %>! <h1>Hello, ${name}!</h1>
  • 15. ・#set can accept various types of values ・In this case, Scala collection object ! ! ! ! ! ! ! First Controller (3) // src/main/scala/controller/RootController.scala! ! package controller! import skinny._! class RootController extends ApplicationController {! def index = {! set(“numbers”, Seq(1,2,3,4,5))! render(“/root/index”)! }! }!
  • 16. ・Loop/if-else with ${numbers} ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! First Controller (4) ! -# src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/views/root/index.html.ssp! ! <%@val numbers: Seq[Int] %>! #for (n <- numbers)! #if (n % 2 == 0)! ${n}! #end! #end!
  • 17. ・Scalatra s Servlet wrapper API provides easy-to-use DSL ・e.g.) status = 201, redirect(url), halt(400) ・Also possible to use Servlet API directly ・If you re familiar with Servlet, it s very easy to understand ! ! First Controller (5)
  • 18. ・Skinny s Routing uses Scalatra DS (Routes trait extends a little) ・Substance of controller is Servet s Filter/ Servlet, so just mount it to ServletContext ! ! ! ! ! First Routing (1) ! // src/main/scala/controller/Controllers.scala! ! object Controllers {! ! object root extends RootController with Routes {! ! val indexUrl = get(“/“)(index).as(‘index)
 ! }! ! override def mount(ctx: ServletContext): Unit = {! ! root.mount(ctx)! ! }! ! }!
  • 19. ・s.url(Controllers.root.indexUrl) returns actual URL string ・Avoid embedding URL in view templates ! ! ! ! ! ! First Routing (2) ! // src/main/scala/controller/Controllers.scala! ! object Controllers {! ! object root extends RootController with Routes {! ! val indexUrl = get(“/“)(index).as(‘index)
 ! }! ! // …! ! }!
  • 20. ・skinny-validator: input validator DSL ・If errors, they re already put into request scope, so just show them in the form. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! SkinnyValidator ! class MembersController extends ApplicationController {! ! protectFromForgery()! ! def createForm = validation(params,! ! paramKey(“name”) is required & maxLength(64),! ! paramKey(“email”) is email! ! )! ! def create = {! ! if (createForm.validate()) {! ! doCreate(params.permit(! ! “name” -> ParamType.String, “email” -> ParamType.String))
 ! } else {! ! render(“/members/input”)! ! }! ! }! ! }
  • 21. ・Default: Scalate SSP(Scala Server Pages) ・Scalate supports SSP, Scaml(≒Haml), Jade and Mustache ・If you use other templates, just change file extension (e.g. show.html.ssp -> show.html.jade) ・FreeMarker and Thymeleaf are also supported (optional) First View
  • 22. ・DB access example with Skinny ORM ・case class: entity, object: DAO ! ! ! ! ! ! First Model (1) ! sql”create table member (id serial, name varchar(64))”! ! ! .execute.apply()! ! ! ! // src/main/scala/model/Member.scala! ! case class Member(id: Long, name: Option[String])! ! ! object Member extends SkinnyCRUDMapper[Member] {! ! lazy val defaultAlias = createAlias(“m”)! ! def extract(rs: WrappedResultSet, m: ResultName[Member]) =! ! new Member(rs.get(m.id), rs.get(m.name))! ! }
  • 23. ・DB migration by using Flyway is handy to setup local dev environment ! ! ! ! ! ! ! First Model (2) ! ./skinny g migration createMember! ! // src/main/resources/db/migration/V20140514141738__createMember.sql! ! // Write DDL to V20140514141738__createMember.sql! ! ! // “development” ENVB! ! ./skinny db:migrate! ! ! // “test” ENV! ! ./skinny db:migrate test
  • 24. ・That s all, now you can use APIs ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! First Model (3) ! // Insert! ! val id: Long = Member.createWithAttributes('name -> “JJUG")! ! // insert into member (name) values ('JJUG')! ! ! // Finder API! ! val ms: Seq[Member] = Member.findAll()! ! // select m.id as i_on_m, m.name as n_on_m from member m order by m.id;! ! ! // Querying API! ! val ms: Seq[Member] = Member.where(‘name -> “JJUG").apply()! ! // from member m where m.name = ‘JJUG'! ! ! // ScalikeJDBC QueryDSL! ! val m = Member.defaultAlias! ! val mopt: Option[Member] = Member.findBy(sqls.eq(m.name, "JJUG"))! ! // from member m where m.name = ‘JJUG'
  • 25. ・Add country" table ! ! ! ! ! ! ! First Model (4) ! case class Member(id: Long, name: Option[String])! ! object Member extends SkinnyCRUDMapper[Member] {! ! lazy val defaultAlias = createAlias(“m”)! ! def extract(rs: WrappedResultSet, m: ResultName[Member] =! ! new Member(rs.get(m.id), rs.get(m.name))! ! }! ! ! // create table country(id serial, name varchar(128) not null);! ! object class Country(id: Long, name: String)! ! object Country extends SkinnyCRUDMapper[Country] {! ! lazy val defaultAlias = createAlias(“m”)! ! def extract(rs: WrappedResultSet, c: ResultName[Country] =! ! new Country(rs.get(c.id), rs.get(c.name))! ! }
  • 26. ・Add a belongsTo replationship ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! First Model (5) ! case class Member(! ! id: Long, ! ! name: Option[String]! ! countryId: Option[Long],! ! country: Option[Country] = None)! ! ! object Member extends SkinnyCRUDMapper[Member] {! ! val defaultAlias = createAlias(“m”)! ! def extract(rs: WrappedResultSet, m: ResultName[Member] =! ! new Member(rs.get(m.id), rs.get(m.name), rs.get(m.countryId))! ! ! val country = belongsTo[Country](Country, ! ! (member, country) => member.copy(country = country)! ! )! ! }
  • 27. ・Calling #joins resolves associations ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! First Model(6) ! // Insert! ! val countryId: Long = Country.createWithAttributes('name -> “Japan”)! ! val id = Member.createWithAttributes(! ! ‘name -> “JJUG”, ‘countryId -> countryId)! ! ! // member だけ! ! val m = Member.findById(id)! ! // from member m where m.id = ?! ! ! // country も! ! Member.joins(Member.country).findById(id)! ! // from member m left join country c on m.country_id = c.id where m.id = ?!
  • 28. ・#byDefault allows fetching associations without calling #joins ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! First Model (7) ! case class Member(! ! id: Long, ! ! name: Option[String]! ! countryId: Option[Long],! ! country: Option[Country] = None)! ! ! object Member extends SkinnyCRUDMapper[Member] {! ! val defaultAlias = createAlias(“m”)! ! def extract(rs: WrappedResultSet, m: ResultName[Member] =! ! new Member(rs.get(m.id), rs.get(m.name), rs.get(m.countryId))! ! ! val country = belongsTo[Country](Country, ! ! (member, country) => member.copy(country = country)! ! ).byDefault! ! }
  • 29. ・AutoSession is the simplest way ・Transaction is provided by ScalikeJDBC s localTx blocks or it s fine to use TxPerRequestFilter(thread-local) ! ! ! ! ! ! First Model (8) ! DB.localTx { implicit session =>! ! // will be rolled back when exception is thrown here! ! Member.findById(id).map { member =>! ! member.copy(name = newName).save() // SkinnyRecord! ! MemberStatus.setAsActive(member)
 ! }.getOrElse {! ! val id = Member.createWithAttributes(‘name -> newName)! ! MemberStatus.addNewMemberAsActive(id)
 ! }! ! }
  • 30. ・Just use in controllers ・Avoid fat controller ! ! ! ! ! ! ! First Model (9) ! // src/main/scala/controller/MembersController.scala! ! ! import model.Member! ! class MembersController extends ApplicationController {! ! def showAll = {! ! set(“members”, Member.findAll())! ! render(“/members/showAll”)! ! }! ! }! !
  • 31. FactoryGirl ・Highly inspired by thoughtbot/factory_girl ・Not YAML but typesafe-config s HOCON ・Scala code can be executed ! ! ! ! ! ! ! member {! ! name=“JJUG”! ! luckyNumber="${scala.util.Random.nextInt(64)}"! ! } ! val member: Member = FactoryGirl(Member).create()! ! val member = FactoryGirl(Member).create(‘name -> “ScalaJP”)
  • 32. - Other Features -
  • 33. scaffold (1) ・CRUD admin pages by scaffold ・Test code also generated ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ./skinny g scaffold members member name:String birthday:Option[LocalDate] active:Boolean! ! ! *** Skinny Generator Task ***! ! ! "src/main/scala/controller/ApplicationController.scala" skipped.! ! "src/main/scala/controller/MembersController.scala" created.! ! "src/main/scala/controller/Controllers.scala" modified.! ! "src/test/scala/controller/MembersControllerSpec.scala" created.! ! "src/test/scala/integrationtest/MembersController_IntegrationTestSpec.scala" created.! ! "src/test/resources/factories.conf" modified.! ! "src/main/scala/model/Member.scala" created.! ! "src/test/scala/model/MemberSpec.scala" created.! ! "src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/views/members/_form.html.ssp" created.! ! "src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/views/members/new.html.ssp" created.! ! "src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/views/members/edit.html.ssp" created.! ! "src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/views/members/index.html.ssp" created.! ! "src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/views/members/show.html.ssp" created.! ! "src/main/resources/messages.conf" modified.! ! "src/main/resources/db/migration/V20140514173530__Create_members_table.sql" created.
  • 34. scaffold (2) ! ./skinny db:migrate ! ! ./skinnny run! ! ! ./skinny db:migrate test! ! ./skinny test
  • 35. ・Validation code is also generated ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! scaffold (3)
  • 36. ・flash is also available ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! scaffold (4)
  • 37. ・pagination also implemented ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! scaffold (5)
  • 38. reverse-scaffold ・scaffold generation from existing DB ・Simple primary key is required ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ./skinny g reverse-scaffold members members member! ! ! *** Skinny Reverse Engineering Task ***! ! ! Table : members! ! ID : id:Long! ! Resources : members! ! Resource : member! ! ! Columns:! ! - name:String:varchar(512)! ! - birthday:Option[LocalDate]! ! - createdAt:DateTime! ! - updatedAt:DateTime! ! ! *** Skinny Generator Task ***! ! ! "src/main/scala/controller/ApplicationController.scala" skipped.! ! "src/main/scala/controller/MembersController.scala" created.! ! "src/main/scala/controller/Controllers.scala" modified.
  • 39. ・JavaMail DSL ・Available for not only Skinny apps ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! SkinnyMailer ! val config = SkinnyMailerConfig.default.copy(! ! // JavaMail, SMTP configuration ! ! )! ! val mailer = SkinnyMailer(config)! ! mailer! ! .to(“seratch@example.com”)! ! .cc(“users-ml@example.com”)! ! .subject(“Skinny talk at JJUG CCC”)! ! .body {“””Hi all,! ! |I’ll give a talk on Skinny next Sunday.! ! |”””.stripMargin}! ! .deliver()
  • 40. Assets (1) ・Converts CoffeeScript, React JS, Scala.js, Sass, LESS to JS/CSS ・Everything but Sass works on the JVM = Windows OS friendly ・Source Maps with native compilers ・CoffeeScript under src/main/webapp/ WEB-INF/assets/coffee will be converted under src/main/webapp/assets/js
  • 41. Assets(2) ・Scala.js is pretty interesting though it s stilll in the alpha stage ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ./skinny run!! ! ! // Terminal A! ! ./skinny scalajs:watch! // Terminal B! ! vim src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/assets/scala/Sample.scala! // Terminal C
  • 42. Deployment ・ skinny package generates war file ・package task compiles all the Scalate templates ・ skinny package:standalone generates jar file which has an embedded Jetty server ・Heroku deployment is also ready ! !! ./skinny package! ! ./skinny package:standalone
  • 43. - Conclusion -
  • 44. Skinny for You ・Skinny is the best framework when you need Play1/Rails in Scala ・Much simpler code than Java apps ・Skinny ORM + ScalikeJDBC is so useful ・I think negative things about Scala development are too long compilation time, learning tools and styles. Skinny resolves or reduces in a pragmatic way
  • 45. Not Only Reactive ・Reactive applications is the most exciting trend in the Scala community ・OTOH, statically-typed Ruby-like code or Java compatible and simpler code is much desired by lots of people ・You can use Skinny(Scalatra)with Akka but Skinny s features focuses on Better Java convenience
  • 46. Roadmap ・Skinny 1.1 - Scala 2.10/2.11 cross build, deps major version up ・We ll keep compatible APIs ・We d like to challenge non-blocking APIs too, we hope doing that with http4s or something similar

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