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Quick Start with Finagle

Finagle is an extensible RPC system for the JVM, used to construct high-concurrency servers. Finagle implements uniform client and server APIs for several protocols, and is designed for high performance and concurrency. Most of Finagle’s code is protocol agnostic, simplifying … Continue reading

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Finagle : Controlling the Future Of RPC systems

In this blog we’ll use Finagle to build a very simple HTTP server that is also an HTTP client — an HTTP proxy. So Let’s Begin With Some Introduction to the Finagle. Finagle is an extensible Remote Procedure Call (RPC … Continue reading

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Finding the Impact of a Tweet using Spark GraphX

Social Network Analysis (SNA), a process of investigating social structures using Networks and Graphs, has become a very hot topic nowadays. Using it, we can answer many questions like: How many connections an individual have ? What is the ability … Continue reading

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Play with Spark: Building Apache Spark with Play Framework – (Part – 2)

Last week, we saw how to build a Simple Spark Application in Play using Scala. Now in this blog we will see how to add Spark’s Twitter Streaming feature in a Play Scala application. Spark Streaming is a powerful tool … Continue reading

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How To Create Tweet & Follow Button In Your Web Application

Twitter is great for sharing interesting things you find on the web. In fact, close to a quarter of all Tweets include a link in them. Despite the high volume of sharing, there is plenty of room to make it … Continue reading

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Simply OAuth-ing for Twitter

All right, I am the hottest twitter application called TweetDekk (replace it with any hypothetical name) and I want you to give me your twitter username and password so that you can send tweets using me. Sounds scary? May be … Continue reading

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