Author: Nikhil Gupta

SCALA STRINGS IN SIMPLE WORDS

Reading Time: 6 minutes A string is nothing but a data type used in programming to represent text rather than numbers. A string is a combination of characters and can contain letters, numbers, symbols, and spaces. Scala Strings should be enclosed in double-quotes. For example, the word “computer” and the phrase “who invented the computer?” are both strings. A sequence of characters “abdj@nfi%*&23kh09i2^l” is also considered a string. In this Continue Reading

INTRODUCTION OF PLAY FRAMEWORK USING SCALA

Reading Time: 5 minutes In this tutorial, we are going to take a look at the Introduction of Play Framework using Scala. We’ll learn the following things : Setup for play framework How to use development tools to develop new project How to implement our own features Additionally, we’ll examine its built-in testing capabilities. 1. Project Setup To start with Introduction of Play Framework using Scala we should have sbt Continue Reading

FUNCTIONALITY OF CASE CLASSES IN SCALA

Reading Time: 2 minutes Object-oriented programming (Oops) is a programming paradigm based on the concept of “objects”, which is physical entity of a class. Classes are nothing but a blueprint or prototype in object oriented programming. We can also say it is virtual entity. Now a days object oriented programming languages very often provide some hidden functionalities i. e. abstraction to represent simple, immutable data. Scala provides this kind of abstraction through Continue Reading