Top 3 Scala tagless Projects
An implementation of the java pet store using FP techniques in scalaProject mention: Scala Resurrection | /r/scala | 2023-01-24
Hello, you can try to look for pet store implementations on GitHub using Scala, like https://github.com/pauljamescleary/scala-pet-store. The "Pet Store" is usually an example repo demonstrating how to build a CRUD service. Since Scala is a language capable of expressing multiple design techniques, multiple ways of solving similar problems exist, which is neither good nor bad, just irritating for a beginner.
:shopping_cart: The Shopping Cart application developed in the book "Practical FP in Scala: A hands-on approach"Project mention: Udemy vs Rock the JVM for Cats, Cats Effect, and FS2 | /r/scala | 2023-03-20
The only issue I had was how to put all this knowledge together. For that I bought Practical FP in scala by Gabriel Vlope, it's not for beginners, tho but takes you through a project with the latest typelevel stack. Here's the link. https://leanpub.com/pfp-scala.
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Scala library to describe sharded and event sourced entities using tagless-final algebras (by endless4s)Project mention: How to get started with Play, Akka and Spark in real-world applications ; | /r/scala | 2022-10-06
Akka is more a toolkit than a framework. It's built upon the actor model, but I would say most real-world usage doesn't care about that, but rather high-level components such as Akka streams, persistence and clustering. Maybe try to build something with endless4s.
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