play! framework

Upgrading From Play Framework 2.3 to Play 2.5 thumbnail

Recently I had the opportunity to upgrade the Play Framework from 2.3 to 2.5 on all of Lucid’s JVM-based services. A lot of the upgrade involved pretty routine things like changing implicit parameters from Lang to Messages or updating uses of play-json to match the new API. However, over the…

My thanks go out to Grant Klopper from The Guardian. Last week, he validated a change I made to the Play! Framework back in December. After upgrading from Play! 2.2 to 2.3, Grant noticed dramatic changes in response times and memory – both for the better. The changes were so awesome that Grant…

At Lucid, we deal with data—a LOT of it. Ever since we migrated our code to the Play! Framework, we’ve been leveraging the Anorm database access library provided by the framework. Being able to write our own SQL queries gave us a lot more control than using an ORM, and…

Piezo is a system to operate and manage a Quartz Scheduler cluster. It is made up of the Worker and the Admin. One of the main features needed before an official public release of Piezo was the ability to add, edit, and delete jobs from the admin interface. The bulk…