Category Archives: sbt

Exploring JEST: Java HTTP REST Client


Elasticsearch is a real-time distributed and open source full-text search and analytics engine. To integrate Elasticsearch to our application, we need to use an API. Elasticsearch gives us two ways, REST APIs, and Native clients. It’s easy to get confused … Continue reading

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Java High-Level REST Client – Elasticsearch


Elasticsearch is an open-source, highly scalable full-text search and analytics engine. Using this, you can easily store, search, and analyze a large amount of data in real time. Java REST client is the official client for Elasticsearch which comes in … Continue reading

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Developers Needs SDKMAN Not Super-Man


Every developer has pain for setup development environment to his/her machine with lots of the setups. Sometimes, the pain goes beyond while we need to test same application on multiple versions of SDKs or virtual machines. If you are a … Continue reading

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Machine Learning with Random Forests


Machines, working on our commands, for each step, they need guidance where to go what to do. This pattern is like a child who doesn’t understand the surrounding facts to make decisions for a situation. The grown ups usually do it … Continue reading

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Monitoring Akka based applications with Cinnamon and DataDog


Application monitoring is an important part of software development life cycle and aims to check if the application is performing as expected or not. With applications becoming Reactive, having distributed architecture and industry moving towards Fastdata, there is a great … Continue reading

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Authentication using Actions in Play Framework


Actions plays an important role in Play Framework, the requests received by a Play application are handled by an Action. Action composition is an incredibly powerful way to enhance or restrict controller behaviour. In Play Framework controllers consist of methods that create Action objects … Continue reading

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On the go with ReactiveMongo


Hi Guys, In today’s blog we’ll be discussing about ReactiveMongo. It is a Scala driver that provides fully non-blocking and asynchronous I/O operation. It is designed to avoid any kind of blocking request to your database. Every operation returns immediately, … Continue reading

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Reading data from different sources using Spark 2.1


Hi all, In this blog, we’ll be discussing on fetching data from different sources like csv, json, text and parquet files. So first of all let’s discuss what’s new in Spark 2.1. In previous versions of Spark, you had to create … Continue reading

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Blending Cucumber, Cassandra and Akka-Http


Folks, Knoldus has always pioneered the deep diving into the best ways to use cutting edge technologies. In the past few days, one of our team carried this deed by integrating Cucumber with Akka-Http, Cassandra and of course, Scala. In … Continue reading

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Upgrading to Selenium 3 with Gecko Driver


In this blog I will be discussing about the latest version of selenium i.e Selenium 3 . To use selenium 3 , we need Gecko driver to run the test cases in Mozilla browser. So,the first question that arises in … Continue reading

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