Covers Play 2
Play for Java shows you how to build Java-based web applications using the Play 2 framework. The book starts by introducing Play through a comprehensive overview example. Then, you'll look at each facet of a typical Play application, both by exploring simple code snippets and by adding to more » a larger running example. Along the way, you'll contrast Play and JEE patterns and learn how a stateless web application can fit seamlessly in an enterprise environment.
About the Book
For a Java developer, the Play web application framework is a breath of fresh air. With Play you get the power of Scala's strong type system and functional programming model, and a rock-solid Java API that makes it a snap to create stateless, event-driven, browser-based applications ready to deploy against your existing infrastructure.
Play for Java teaches you to build Java-based web applications using Play 2. This book starts with an overview example and then explores each facet of a typical application by discussing simple snippets as they are added to a larger example. Along the way, you'll contrast Play and JEE patterns and learn how a stateless web application can fit seamlessly in an enterprise Java environment. You'll also learn how to develop asynchronous and reactive web applications.
The book requires a background in Java. No knowledge of Play or of Scala is assumed.
Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications.
* Build Play 2 applications using Java
* Leverage your JEE skills
* Work in an asynchronous way
* Secure and test your Play application
About the Authors
Nicolas Leroux is a core developer of the Play framework. Sietse de Kaper develops and deploys Java-based Play applications.
Table of Contents
1. PART 1 INTRODUCTION AND FIRST STEPS
2. An introduction to Play
3. The parts of an application
4. A basic CRUD application
5. PART 2 CORE FUNCTIONALITY
6. An enterprise app, Play-style
7. Controllers—handling HTTP requests
8. Handling user input
9. Models and persistence
10. Producing output with view templates
11. PART 3 ADVANCED TOPICS
12. Asynchronous data
14. Modules and deployment
15. Testing your application « less