Play Framework Cookbook recently released by Packt, encompasses over 60 effective recipes to help readers get the insights and assist them in leveraging the advanced concepts of the Play framework. Written by Alexander Reelsen, the book is completely outlined with working applications, discussing techniques on utilizing various advanced features of the technology, bit-by-bit.
Play is a pure Java web framework which enhances the power of Java to build web applications in an environment that is not centric to enterprise Java stacks. It provides developers with the ability to easily build web applications with Java and Scala.
Play Framework Cookbook provides information about all the layers of the Play Framework technology with the help of a large number of examples and applications; wherein every example is provided with a source code. Its key features include: implementing one’s own renderers, in-depth integration with HTTP, improving site's performance with caching and integrating with other web services and interfaces. The book also discusses certain non-functional issues like modularity or integration into production and testing environments.
In line with Packt's cookbook series, this book contains recipes to help users resolve the most important problems when working with the Play framework. Through this book, developers will learn to integrate play applications into the CI environment, and implement their own authorization mechanisms. Readers will learn about methods to improve performance by setting up multi node environments without struggling through the usual pitfalls. They are also shown techniques to assist them in adding custom monitoring points deep within their application to simplify bottleneck detection.
|Play Cookbook Framework|
| Over 60 incredibly effective recipes to take you under the hood and leverage advanced concepts of the Play framework
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