Learn how to be more productive with Scala, a new multi-paradigm language for the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) that integrates features of both object-oriented and functional programming. With this book, you'll discover why Scala is ideal for highly scalable, component-based applications that support concurrency and distribution.
Programming Scala clearly explains the advantages of Scala as a JVM language. You'll learn how to leverage the wealth of Java class libraries to meet the practical needs of enterprise and Internet projects more easily. Packed with code examples, this book provides useful information on Scala's command-line tools, third-party tools, libraries, and available language-aware plugins for editors and IDEs.
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Dean Wampler is a Consultant, Trainer, and Mentor with Object Mentor, Inc. He specializes in Scala, Java, and Ruby. He works with clients on application design strategies that combine object-oriented programming, functional programming, and aspect-oriented programming. He also consults on Agile methods, like Lean and XP. Dean is a frequent speaker at industry and academic conferences on these topics. He has a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Washington.
Alex Payne is Platform Lead at Twitter, where he develops services that enable programmers to build atop the popular social messaging service. Alex has previously built web applications for political campaigns, non-profits, and early-stage startups, and supported information security efforts for military and intelligence customers. In his free time, Alex studies, speaks, and writes about the history, present use, and evolution of programming languages, as well as minimalist art and design.Contenuti:
Dedication; Foreword; Preface; Welcome to Programming Scala; Conventions Used in This Book; Using Code Examples; Safari® Books Online; How to Contact Us; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Zero to Sixty: Introducing Scala; 1.1 Why Scala?; 1.2 Installing Scala; 1.3 For More Information; 1.4 A Taste of Scala; 1.5 A Taste of Concurrency; 1.6 Recap and What’s Next; Chapter 2: Type Less, Do More; 2.1 In This Chapter; 2.2 Semicolons; 2.3 Variable Declarations; 2.4 Method Declarations; 2.5 Inferring Type Information; 2.6 Literals; 2.7 Tuples; 2.8 Option, Some, and None: Avoiding nulls; 2.9 Organizing Code in Files and Namespaces; 2.10 Importing Types and Their Members; 2.11 Abstract Types And Parameterized Types; 2.12 Reserved Words; 2.13 Recap and What’s Next; Chapter 3: Rounding Out the Essentials; 3.1 Operator? Operator?; 3.2 Methods Without Parentheses and Dots; 3.3 Domain-Specific Languages; 3.4 Scala if Statements; 3.5 Scala for Comprehensions; 3.6 Other Looping Constructs; 3.7 Conditional Operators; 3.8 Pattern Matching; 3.9 Enumerations; 3.10 Recap and What’s Next; Chapter 4: Traits; 4.1 Introducing Traits; 4.2 Stackable Traits; 4.3 Constructing Traits; 4.4 Recap and What’s Next; Chapter 5: Basic Object-Oriented Programming in Scala; 5.1 Class and Object Basics; 5.2 Parent Classes; 5.3 Constructors in Scala; 5.4 Nested Classes; 5.5 Visibility Rules; 5.6 Recap and What’s Next; Chapter 6: Advanced Object-Oriented Programming In Scala; 6.1 Overriding Members of Classes and Traits; 6.2 Companion Objects; 6.3 Case Classes; 6.4 Equality of Objects; 6.5 Recap and What’s Next; Chapter 7: The Scala Object System; 7.1 The Predef Object; 7.2 Classes and Objects: Where Are the Statics?; 7.3 Sealed Class Hierarchies; 7.4 The Scala Type Hierarchy; 7.5 Linearization of an Object’s Hierarchy; 7.6 Recap and What’s Next; Chapter 8: Functional Programming in Scala; 8.1 What Is Functional Programming?; 8.2 Functional Programming in Scala; 8.3 Recursion; 8.4 Tail Calls and Tail-Call Optimization; 8.5 Functional Data Structures; 8.6 Traversing, Mapping, Filtering, Folding, and Reducing; 8.7 Pattern Matching; 8.8 Partial Functions; 8.9 Currying; 8.10 Implicits; 8.11 Implicit Function Parameters; 8.12 Call by Name, Call by Value; 8.13 Lazy Vals; 8.14 Recap: Functional Component Abstractions; Chapter 9: Robust, Scalable Concurrency with Actors; 9.1 The Problems of Shared, Synchronized State; 9.2 Actors; 9.3 Actors in Scala; 9.4 Traditional Concurrency in Scala: Threading and Events; 9.5 Recap and What’s Next; Chapter 10: Herding XML in Scala; 10.1 Reading XML; 10.2 Writing XML; 10.3 Recap and What’s Next; Chapter 11: Domain-Specific Languages in Scala; 11.1 Internal DSLs; 11.2 External DSLs with Parser Combinators; 11.3 Recap and What’s Next; Chapter 12: The Scala Type System; 12.1 Reflecting on Types; 12.2 Understanding Parameterized Types; 12.3 Variance Under Inheritance; 12.4 Type Bounds; 12.5 Nothing and Null; 12.6 Understanding Abstract Types; 12.7 Path-Dependent Types; 12.8 Value Types; 12.9 Self-Type Annotations; 12.10 Structural Types; 12.11 Existential Types; 12.12 Infinite Data Structures and Laziness; 12.13 Recap and What’s Next; Chapter 13: Application Design; 13.1 Annotations; 13.2 Enumerations Versus Pattern Matching; 13.3 Thoughts On Annotations and Enumerations; 13.4 Using Nulls Versus Options; 13.5 Exceptions and the Alternatives; 13.6 Scalable Abstractions; 13.7 Effective Design of Traits; 13.8 Design Patterns; 13.9 Better Design with Design By Contract; 13.10 Recap and What’s Next; Chapter 14: Scala Tools, Libraries, and IDE Support; 14.1 Command-Line Tools; 14.2 Build Tools; 14.3 Integration with IDEs; 14.4 Test-Driven Development in Scala; 14.5 Other Notable Scala Libraries and Tools; 14.6 Java Interoperability; 14.7 Java Library Interoperability; 14.8 Recap and What’s Next; References; Glossary; Colophon;
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