Author: JustinB

Gatling – SBT For Load Testing

Reading Time: 2 minutes Gatling is an open source load testing framework based on Scala, Akka and Netty and ready our self for load testing. Load testing is performed to determine a system’s behaviour under both normal and at peak conditions. The aim includes; High performance Ready-to-present HTML reports Scenario recorder and developer-friendly DSL Setup: 1. In project/plugins.sbt, add: addSbtPlugin(“io.gatling” % “gatling-sbt” % “2.1.6”) Also needs to add these Continue Reading

KANBAN : AGILE Software Methodology

Reading Time: 3 minutes The era of traditional software development is no more viable, IT is looking for agility into its services. Business user changing demand, customer’s swift mind set and more on competition and sustainability in industry demand agile solution to be implemented. I see Agile as an opportunity to welcome new ideas, adopt changes around the world and improvise IT engineers life. There are multiple ways to Continue Reading

CRUD operations with PostgreSQL using SLICK with LOGBACK EMAIL functionality.

Reading Time: < 1 minute This article is about to show how to send logging email using logback-test.xml, the backend is postgresql and the queries format is in slick, language used is scala. The code is well commented so, files to be noticed are: KnolRepo.scala KnolRepoTest.scala logback-test.xml Download the source code to check the functionality. GitHub

Scalajobz Awarded at Typesafe Developer Contest

Reading Time: 2 minutes Scalajobz a community initiative by Knoldus was recently awarded at the Typesafe Developer Contest . We would like to thank all the judges Martin, Jonas Bonér, Viktor Klang, Peter Hausel, Josh Suereth , Rod Johnson and the people who are connected with Scalajobz in any way. Scalajobz is a community driven job portal for Scala jobs. It is specifically focussed on the Scala ecosystem. It allows Continue Reading

Integrate Github Repo with Travis CI For Scala Play2.0 and MongoDB Project

Reading Time: 2 minutes Travis CI is a hosted, distributed  continuous integration service used to build and test projects hosted at  GitHub for the open source community. It supports building software in numerous languages, including Ruby, JavaScript, Java, Scala, PHP, Haskell and Erlang. A Travis worker comes with a good amount of services you might depend on, including MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Redis, CouchDB, RabbitMQ, memcached and others. Hosting your project Continue Reading