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Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Nicolas Leroux is Technical Director at Lunatech Research in The Netherlands and is a core developer of the Play framework. Nicolas is also a frequent speaker at conferences where he introduces Play to the audience.

Sietse de Kaper, a software developer at Lunatech, has been developing and deploying Java-based Play applications since version 1.0. Having had the opportunity to use Play for several projects, he considers it the most effective framework in the Java ecosystem.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Awesome intro 28. April 2014
Von Patrick Barker - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I searched around for a great framework for my upcoming project. After a long debate, I decided on Play. However, they the documentation is somewhat lacking online, as its a newer framework. This book was the answer. It is well written and easy to follow. It leaves you with a clear understanding of Play's capabilities. Thanks!
5.0 von 5 Sternen ANot for beginner!! 13. Juli 2014
Von Tuan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is good for person who already got basics of Java and Networking. You will easily learn how to create an active websites with Play framework
3.0 von 5 Sternen Three Stars 6. Juli 2014
Von animal8us - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Decently written but missing important details. For example the section on data binding could be more thorough.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen An excellent book for learning Play 2 and some key basics of web app development 10. April 2014
Von Si Dunn - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Play for Java is written well and adequately illustrated, and, to me, its structure seems very good for helping newcomers get started with Play 2, plus the basics of web application development. The book also could help more experienced web app developers get up to speed with this powerful development platform.

Yes, you do start out by installing the software and creating and modifying the ubiquitous “Hello World!” application. The remaining chapters, however, take you deeper into Play 2’s features and functions and how they are used. Along the way, you are shown how to use Play 2 to create, expand and enhance a web-based warehouse management application that must meet specific needs. This can be good basic training for those preparing to do web app work in the real world.

The book shows how to use three different IDEs with Play 2: Eclipse, IntelliJ, and my favorite, NetBeans. You also can stick with the Play 2 console and a text editor, if you desire. And don’t be put off by the fact that Play 2, a Java web framework, actually is not written in Java; it’s written in Scala. Some bits of Scala show up in Play 2’s web templates. And the web app framework uses the Scala Build Tool (SBT). But you do not have to know or learn Scala. (However, you might enjoy studying it. There's also a Play for Scala framework and a Play for Scala book from Manning.)

This book meets my needs on two fronts: I’ve been wanting to learn more about Java web application development. And I have been wanting to learn more tools that can help make the web app development process a bit less intimidating. I am glad to have Play 2 and Play for Java in my toolbox.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Play for Java: A very good introduction to Play to Java programmers 10. Mai 2014
Von Jose Emilio Labra Gayo - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This book presents an interesting and practical description of the Play 2 framework from the perspective of Java programmers. Given that the Play 1 framework was written in Java and the Play 2 was rewritten in Scala, it seems more natural to change to Scala and in fact, the best examples of Play functionality available online are usually written in Scala. This book covers a needed lack of learning material on how to develop Java applications in Play 2.

In my case, I also read the Play for Scala book and I have some background in functional programming languages. However, for practical reasons, I had to teach how to create web applications in Java and selected Play.
Up until this book has been published, the main reference material about Play with Java is the online documentation, which contains several examples, but needs to be improved. This book covers this gap and presents very good examples from the beginning to the end.

In my opinion, the book has a very good balance of introductory material (Part 1) and more advanced material (Parts 2 and 3).
The authors have made a great effort to employ example projects that are comprehensible and practical. Also, the main advantages of Play are well explained and appear, for example, when the authors talk about asynchronous data, security, and modules.

Although I think the more natural way to develop Play applications is using Scala, in real projects, not every company will be able to switch to Scala and there will be a lot of cases where it will be more pragmatic to develop in Java. In those cases, I think Play for Java will be a very good solution and this book is the right choice.

As a bonus point, the authors of the book have made an effort to keep the material up-to-date. In my case, even though I was already using Play with Java for some time, I discovered material that I was not aware of and also, some explanations on topics that were much better and clear than I had seen before.
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