List/Grid Tag Archives: Play Framework

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Using twitter4j with Play! Framework and Secure Social is this easy

Dur­ing yesterday’s per­sonal Hackathon, I started a project which I might intro­duce here some­time. But the coolest rev­e­la­tion was (again) how easy it was to get up and ...
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Understanding the Play Filter API

With Play 2.1 hot off the press, there have been a lot of people asking about the new Play filter API. In actual fact, the API is incredibly simple:                   trait ...
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Play 2.0 framework and XA transactions

XA transactions are useful and out of the box, Play 2.0 today does not have support for them. Here I show how to add that support: First off, some examples when XA is useful: – ...
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Play Framework posted values revisited

Working with posted values with Play Framework 2.0, without defining a form mapping, might not be so obvious as it was with Play 1.x, that’s why I’m writing this quick cheatsheet. ...
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Eat your own dog food, but throw in some unknown biscuits for variety

Well, the example app that Jorge Aliss asked me to write to demonstrate a combination of SecureSocial and Deadbolt is working, and working nicely, and as soon as I’ve prettied it ...
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Web development frameworks – part 2 : Play Framework 2.0

As the first candidate of our evaluation series we reviewed the Play Framework v2.0. The tutorial and reference documentation used for this article is all available from the Play documentation ...
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Proof of Concept: Play! Framework

We are starting a new project and we have to choose the web framework. Our default choice is grails, because the team already has experience with it, but I decided to give Play! and ...
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Play 2 – modules, plugins, what’s the difference?

There seems to be some confusion regarding Play 2 modules and plugins. I imagine this is because the two are often synonymous. In Play (both versions – 1 and 2) there are distinct ...
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Troubleshooting Play Framework 2 apps on Openshift

Troubleshooting Openshift   With the do-it-yourself application type you really get a lot of freedom to support almost any framework or server that can be built and run on a ...
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Publishing Play 2 modules on github

Now you’ve doubtless followed my earlier guides on writing modules for Play 2, I imagine you’re keen to show your coding chops to the world. The problem is – and this is quite ...
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