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Spring Integration – Apache Camel comparison

A year after v2.1 had been released, Spring Integration v2.2 is out with 3 new components MondoDB, Redis and JPA (even though the first 2 were listed also in v2.1 as message store, ...
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FitNesse your ScalaTest with custom Scala DSL

This article won’t be about FitNesse. As matter of fact I don’t like this tool very much and it seems to be loosing momentum, judging by the traffic on an official mailing ...
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Gang of Four Patterns With Type-Classes and Implicits in Scala (Part 2)

Type-classes are a powerful tool for library creators and maintainers. They reduce boilerplate, open libraries to extension, and act as a compile time switch. Similarly, the GoF patterns ...
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Promises and futures in Clojure

Clojure, being designed for concurrency is a natural fit for our Back to the Future series. Moreover futures are supported out-of-the-box in Clojure. Last but not least, Clojure is ...
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Monitoring Key JVM Characteristics with Groovy, JMX, and RuntimeMXBean

Since J2SE 5, Platform MBeans have been available that allow some key characteristics regarding the JVM to be monitored and (even managed in some cases) via JMX. In addition, many JVM-based ...
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Dependency injection with Scala macros: auto-wiring

You can look at dependency injection as a fancy name for passing parameters to a function (or constructor arguments to a constructor). However usually, DI containers do much more than ...
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Gang of Four Patterns With Type-Classes and Implicits in Scala

Type-classes, as they’re known within the Scala language, have a wonderful place in library development. They make code open to extension, less verbose and simplify APIs. I’ve yet ...
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Groovy and HTTP Servers

This article originally appeared in the January 2013 issue of GroovyMag. There’s no denying that the World Wide Web has become absolutely integral for information storage and delivery. ...
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Futures in Akka with Scala

Akka is actor based, event-driven framework for building highly concurrent, reliable applications. Shouldn’t come a surprise that concept of a future is ubiquitous in a system ...
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Finding Properties in JARs with Groovy

In previous blog posts I have looked at Searching JAR Files with Groovy to find entries (such as .class files) contained in the JAR and Viewing a JAR’s Manifest File with Groovy. ...
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