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050  4 TK5105.888.D54 2013 
100 1  Dietrich, Daniel 
245 10 Instant Play Framework Starter 
250    1st ed 
264  1 Olton :|bPackt Publishing, Limited,|c2013 
264  4 |c©2013 
300    1 online resource (69 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- Instant Play Framework Starter -- Instant Play 
       Framework Starter -- Credits -- About the Author -- About 
       the Reviewers -- www.packtpub.com -- Support files, eBooks,
       discount offers and more -- packtlib.packtpub.com -- Why 
       Subscribe? -- Free Access for Packt account holders -- 1. 
       Instant Play Framework Starter -- So, what is Play? -- 
       Installation -- Step 1 - What do I need? -- Step 2 - 
       Downloading Play -- Step 3 - Setting the PATH environment 
       variable -- Step 4 - Testing the Play installation -- And 
       that's it! -- Quick start - Creating your first Play 
       application -- Step 1 - Creating a new Play application --
       Structure of a Play application -- The app/ folder -- The 
       conf/ directory -- The project/ folder -- The public/ 
       folder -- The test/ folder -- Step 2 - Using the Play 
       console -- Starting our application -- Play console 
       commands -- Closing the console -- Step 3 - Modifying our 
       application -- Fast turnaround - change your code and hit 
       reload! -- Stripped down and optimized stack traces -- 
       Step 4 - Setting up your preferred IDE -- IntelliJ IDEA --
       Eclipse -- Other IDEs -- Top features you need to know 
       about -- 1 - Designing a Play application -- Introducing 
       our sample application -- Defining the domain model -- The
       Java model -- The Scala model -- Designing the HTTP 
       interface with the routes file -- Defining the application
       routes -- Dynamic request paths and variables -- Testing 
       the routes -- Handling HTTP requests by controller actions
       -- Providing dummy implementations -- URL redirection with
       reverse routes -- Implementing controller actions -- The 
       Java code -- The Scala code -- What comes next -- 
       Composing the UI from view templates -- Syntax of view 
       templates -- View parameters -- View imports -- View 
       expressions -- Composing view templates -- Example -- 
       Nesting view templates -- Implementing the phone book 
       views -- Prerequisites 
505 8  The index view template -- The list view template -- The 
       main view template -- Fine-tuning the CSS style -- 
       Providing some test data -- 2 - Dealing with user input --
       Defining a form -- The server side -- Binding data with a 
       Java form -- Binding data with a Scala form -- The client 
       side -- Validating user input -- The server side -- 
       Defining constraints in Java -- Defining constraints in 
       Scala -- The client side -- Using form template helpers --
       3 - Connecting to a database -- Accessing data with Ebean 
       for Java -- Customizing the configuration -- Creating the 
       database schema -- Implementing the model -- Running the 
       application -- Accessing data with Anorm for Scala -- 
       Customizing the configuration -- Creating the database 
       schema -- Implementing the model -- Running the 
       application -- Accessing data with Slick for Scala -- 
       Customizing the configuration -- Implementing the model --
       The data access object -- The data access layer -- 
       Generating the database schema -- People and places you 
       should get to know -- Official sites -- Articles and 
       tutorials -- Community -- Blogs -- Twitter 
520    Get to grips with a new technology, understand what it is 
       and what it can do for you, and then get to work with the 
       most important features and tasks.A practical, quick, and 
       hands-on guide to the Play Framework.This book is written 
       for readers interested in developing web applications with
       Java or Scala. A basic knowledge of either Java or Scala 
       is helpful. Prior experience with Play is not required 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
       libraries 
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