Notice that the examples in this article may be outdated, as Typesafe's Activator works differently now. The blog post will not be maintained to provide up-to-date Activator examples. We're very happy to announce a guest post series on the jOOQ blog by Manuel Bernhardt. In this blog series, Manuel will explain the motivation behind so-called … Continue reading Reactive Database Access – Part 1 – Why “Async”
I've just discovered the Ninja Web Framework. This one isn't "yet another framework", it's actually heavily based on the very popular Play Framework ideas. It seems to provide a substitute for the latter, since Zenexity and Typesafe have formed an alliance to further support Play primarily in the Scala ecosystem. Some people may feel that this … Continue reading Will Another Play-Style Framework Make its Way to Java?
For many users, it may be an obvious choice to use jOOQ along with Play Framework, leveraging simplicity and effectiveness in the Java world. While I do not have any personal experience with Play, some users have. Consider this GitHub issue where a couple of very active jOOQ users discuss various techniques of integrating the two … Continue reading Using jOOQ with Play Framework
The recent hype about the Play ! Framework seemed to have lead to a lot of people thinking "That's it! That's how it ought to be". And after trying to reproduce the Play ! tutuorial, I immediately agreed. Web development should be as easy as in Play ! But Play ! is just simplifying the … Continue reading Vaadin, a very nice web framework