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Building Reactive Apps with the Typesafe Platform

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Building Reactive Apps with the Typesafe Platform

With James Ward

Reactive Scala Akka Play Activator

This session will teach you how to build Reactive applications with the Typesafe Platform. Using live coding examples, you will learn how to get started with Typesafe Activator then create an interactive web application with the Play Framework and build a scalable, resilient, and event-driven foundation with Akka. Both Java and Scala will be used for the server-side code, while HTML and JavaScript will be used for the client-side.

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