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Scala & Play Framework playground Very very similar to RubyOnRails but for Java (and Scala). Here is my sample code to play around with play. Steps to run: 1. Download PlayFramework: http://www.playframework.org/ 2. Extract to desire location and put it on your path 3. Let Play install Scala module for you, from command line: "play install scala-0.9.1" 4. Clone this project (or download) and from command line: "play run" 5. Browse to http://localhost:9000 and enjoy. 4.1 To run unit test, start the test instead of regular run: "play test" 5.1 Browse to http://localhost:9000/@tests Play Framework Links: http://scala.playframework.org// http://scala.playframework.org/documentation/scala-0.9.1/guide1 Scala Links: http://www.scala-lang.org/docu/files/ScalaTutorial.pdf A Tour of Scala http://www.scala-lang.org/node/104 http://www.scala-ide.org/ Since 2.0 a very good IDE http://codemonkeyism.com/top-5-things-to-know-about-constructors-in-scala/ Some thoughts: 1. Very much tied to "Anorm", SQL data access with Play. Can we use others like Hibernate?? 2. Scala Templates (http://scala.playframework.org/documentation/scala-0.9.1/templates) proprietary templating design