In the last post, we added a user interface with React and CoffeeScript to have something other than raw API endpoints to interact with. In this post we will take a look Cross-Site Request Forgery and how it can be mitigated before it becomes a problem.... read more
Part six of a series on the Play framework. In this section, we will be writing a client side UI using CoffeeScript and Facebook's React framework
Part five of a series on the Play framework. Composing multiple futures in an optimistic manner.
Part four of a series on the Play framework. Async actions and actors for resource management.
Part three of a series on the Play framework. Slick, Evolutions and more REST API features.
Part two of a series covering the development of a Play framework application
Part one of a series covering the development of a Play framework application
Learning scala by coding more complex and not useful hashes
Learning scala by implementing the Matasano crypto challenges
If you're writing a play application and using an actor, chances are you're going to want to test that they work.
When working on a Play application with libraries also built with play, sometimes you lose track of things.
A word cloud implementation in Objective-C
If you have visions of retiring to a private island after writing an app, think hard.
It's very common to avoid learning CoreData. You shouldn't.
Using categories to help make cocoa bindings more friendly and powerful
Obfuscation kind of works, and kind of doesn't. But it's really annoying.
Get rid of those one time throwaway delegates and do things the right way.