In this article, we review a simple option to introduce GraphQL subscriptions on WebSockets into your Scala GraphQL API using Play 2, Sangria, and Akka Streams.
Processing HTTP headers and cookies in a Scala and GraphQL API with Sangria is easy once you read our article.
For a Scala and GraphQL API, proper error handling is one of the keys to successful development. And Sangria gives us enough tools to get track and manage various errors with GraphQL queries.
Creating your first GraphQL server for Scala can't be easier with our article! Check out our explanation of how to build a GraphQL API with Scala, Play, and Sangria.
Your Scala applications often need to track the status of the sent emails. In this article, we’ll review how to employ Amazon SNS to track email statuses via Amazon SES.
You often have to create environment-specific configurations for your Play Framework applications. But how can you manage your configurations in the best possible way? We’ll show you in this article.
Implementing pagination with Slick is a common task in Scala projects. But it’s rarely obvious how to build efficient queries on the server to get the necessary entities with additional data. Read our article to find a solution.
ReactiveMongo is an extremely convenient toolkit for working with MongoDB in Scala applications. But, at the same time, its documentation does not cover some of the typical scenarios, so sometimes it takes time to find the right solution. One of such tasks - storing polymorphic objects in a database - is the focus of this blog post.