Learn about spray: REST on Akka (video from the Northeast Scala Symposium)

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spray is a suite of lightweight Scala libraries for building and consuming RESTful web services on top of Akka.

In this talk Mathias will show you how spray makes it easy to supply your Scala applications with a high-performance, fully asynchronous REST/HTTP API, no matter whether Akka is already a key component in your application stack or not. The talk will briefly highlight the design goals and key concepts behind spray before showing off one or more real-world examples as well as emerging best-practices with regard to architecture and development process.

 

Here are Mathias' slides:

The Northeast Scala Symposium is a yearly gathering of the Scala community, made possible by efforts of Boston, Philadelphia and New York Scala enthusiasts.
This post is part of 2012 Northeast Scala Symposium Videos.

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