Category Archives: Scala
Sometimes You need to check if You really use all modules specified in package.json. I wrote
Functional error handling in Scala alvin February 13, 2017 – 11:08am Here are a few nice blog posts on functional error-handling in Scala: – Easing into functional error handling in Scala – How do I error handle thee? – Designing … Continue reading
For beginners in Scala (like me) type bounds notation causes difficulty. I tried to write short cheat sheet with Scala type bounds notation: Scala – type bounds notation for beginners
Simple example shows how to pass a function to a method. The function doesn’t have argument and doesn’t return a result.
I wrote on Scala a simple HTTP server using Akka. The example demonstrates the usage of the low-level server side API. First release contains one example with using synchronous request handling. Example shows how to return HTML page from a file (static page). … Continue reading
Short reminder of operators for collections in the Scala, version 2. Previous version: Operators for Collections in Scala Operators for deleting and adding elements Operator Description Collection type coll :+ elem Adds elem element at the end of coll collection. … Continue reading
Short reminder of operators for collections in the Scala: + – adds an element into unordered collection +: – adds an element at the beginning :+ – adds an element at the end ++ – joins two collections – and – – – deletes an … Continue reading
Short reminder about traits in Scala. When a class extends a trait, it uses the extends and with keywords based on whether the class extends one trait or several traits.
Assume you want use SBT and Eclipse to develop a project on Scala. This article describes main steps of creation an Eclipse project for Scala with using SBT.
Yes, another one Finite State Machine (FSM) on Scala! The best way studying a new language – to write simple real task. I chose FSM.