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Typesafe stack - Web Apps

Joe Harry
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Guys,

Is anyone using the typesafe stack to create a web app? Could you please point me to some resources or blogs that would set me in the right direction to start writing a web app using the typesafe stack?

Thanks!


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chris webster
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Do you mean the Typesafe Stack as in Scala + Play + Akka, in which case there are lots of tutorials and several books around?
Or do you mean their weird new Typesafe stack development environment (which I can't really get my head around right now!)?


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Joe Harry
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chris webster wrote:Do you mean the Typesafe Stack as in Scala + Play + Akka, in which case there are lots of tutorials and several books around?
Or do you mean their weird new Typesafe stack development environment (which I can't really get my head around right now!)?


Yes, I did mean the typesafe stack. I fortunately found a video on Youtube that explains it so clearly. I just have to find some time tomorrow to take a look into that.
Khuma Chhakchhuak
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You might find this http://typesafe.com/platform/tools/scala useful as well.

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Nishan Patel
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This will also help you

Typesafe Activator Getting Started


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Joe Harry
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This one is quite old at a time where I was looking to port one of my Struts based web application to Scala and Play. I was considering using the typesafe stack, but later settled with Play framework.
 
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