Scalatra

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Scalatra
Scalatra Logo.png
Original author(s) Scalatra contributors
Initial release April 11, 2009 (2009-04-11)
Stable release 2.2.2 / November 24, 2013 (2013-11-24)[1]
Operating system Cross-platform
Available in Scala
Type Web application framework
License BSD
Website scalatra.org

Scalatra is a free and open source web application framework written in Scala.[2] It is a port of the Sinatra framework written in Ruby. Scalatra is an alternative to the Lift, Play!, and Unfiltered frameworks.

Scalatra is an example of a microframework, a web software development framework which attempts to be as minimal as possible.

A full Scalatra application can be written in very few lines of code:

package org.example.app
 
import org.scalatra._
 
class MyScalatraFilter extends ScalatraFilter {
 
  get("/hello/:name") {
    <h1>Hello, {params("name")}</h1>
  }
}

From this tiny domain-specific language, Scalatra can be expanded into a minimal but full-featured model-view-controller web framework. For example, additional libraries can be attached in order to provide templating, object-relational mapping, and unit testing or behaviour driven development support.

Software built with Scalatra[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://scalatra.org/2013/04/10/scalatra-2-2-1-released.html
  2. ^ Synodinos, Dionysios G. (2010-10-07). "Scalatra: A Sinatra-like Web Framework for Scala". InfoQ. 
  3. ^ "LinkedIn Signal - No Longer Supported". 2013-08-22. 
  4. ^ Synodinos, Dionysios G. (2010-10-11). "LinkedIn Signal: A Case Study for Scala, JRuby and Voldemort". InfoQ. 
  5. ^ "Github Scalatra OpenID Consumer code". 
  6. ^ "With GOV.UK, British government redefines the online government platform". O'Reilly. 2012-01-31. Retrieved 13 March 2012. 

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