This session was presented at Knoldus knowledge session. In this Session, we’ll learn how Scala’s object-oriented features can be use to make a program more modular. We’ll first show how a simple singleton object can be used as a module, and then we’ll show how traits and classes can be used as abstractions over modules.
- Knolx Session: Brief Introduction to MongoDB wp.me/p1D2XH-1HQ by Ujali #mongodb 2 hours ago
- RT @OweinReese: You have to admit it's pretty cool to watch #akka remote workers reboot a failed node after an outofmemory error. 2 hours ago
- RT @ScalaFriends: Cross-platform development with Scala.js youtube.com/watch?v=Ksoi6A… #scala #scalajs 2 hours ago
- RT @dclinton: Nice discussion of Scala enums by @d6y, comparing Enumeration with case objects. underscoreconsulting.com/blog/posts/201… 18 hours ago
- RT @jboner: Reactive Manifesto 2.0. Much shorter, concise & tells a simpler story. Thanks for all feedback typesafe.com/blog/reactive-… http://t.… 1 day ago