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Ceylon: Ceylon command-line plugins

With Ceylon we try our best to make every developer’s life easier. We do this with a great language, a powerful IDE, a wonderful online module repository, but also with an amazing ...
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Keeping the Meaning with the Bytes

Back to the Future… This post was from November 2006. I had just started playing with Scala and was trying to figure out an ORM… the one that ultimately became Lift’s ...
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Grails Generate Asynchronous Controller

Since version 2.3, Grails supports asynchronous parallel programming to support modern multiple core hardware. Therefore a new Grails command is added to generate asynchronous controllers ...
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Testing your plugin with multiple version of Play

So, you’ve written a plugin for Play…are you sure it works? I’ve been giving Deadbolt some love recently, and as part of the work I’ve added a test application for functional ...
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Akka Notes – Child Actors and ActorPath – 6

Actors are completely hierarchical. Whatever Actors that you create HAS to be a child of some other Actor. Let’s analyze that a bit : Path Say, we create an ActorRef using ActorSystem.actorOf ...
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Akka Notes – Actor Lifecycle – Basic – 5

(Please note that this lifecycle write-up does not cover the preRestart or the postRestart methods. We’ll talk about them when we discuss supervision) The basic Actor lifecycle ...
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Ceylon: Planning the future of Ceylon 1.x

With the release of Ceylon 1.1, we’ve reached a point where we need to do some serious thinking about what are our priorities for the development of Ceylon 1.1.5, 1.2, and beyond. ...
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Akka Notes – ActorSystem (Configuration and Scheduling) – 4

As we saw from our previous posts, we could create an Actor using the actorOf method of the ActorSystem. There’s actually much more you could do with ActorSystem. We’ll ...
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Typesafe APIs for the browser

A new feature in Ceylon 1.1, that I’ve not blogged about before, is dynamic interfaces. This was something that Enrique and I worked on together with Corbin Uselton, one of our ...
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Groovy Goodness: Closure as a Class

When we write Groovy code there is a big chance we also write some closures. If we are working with collections for example and use the each, collect or find methods we use closures ...
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