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Quick Start with Finagle

Finagle is an extensible RPC system for the JVM, used to construct high-concurrency servers. It 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 the implementation of new protocols. Today here I am going to implement the Finagle example using Scala where I am sending the request with some message Continue Reading

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 system) for the JVM, used to construct high-concurrency servers. Twitter Finagle is a great framework to write distributed applications in Scala or Java. It is Continue Reading

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 of an individual to influence a network? and so on… Which can be used for conducting marketing research studies, running ad campaigns, and finding out latest trends. Continue Reading

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 of Spark. It runs on top of Spark. It gives the ability to process and analyze real-time streaming data (in batches) along with fault-tolerant characteristics Continue Reading

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 easier. So, I have recently created “Share on Twitter” functionality in my application. Now you can use this functionality too with yours application. Lets quickly Continue Reading

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 it was not that scary a year back when Twitter had not moved to OAuth. However, now many of us would not dare to share Continue Reading

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