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** [[Spray REST Framework|spray]] is an [[open-source toolkit]] for building [[REST/HTTP-based integration layer]]s on top of [[Scala]] and [[Akka]]. Being [[asynchronous]], [[actor-based]], [[fast]], [[lightweight]], [[modular]] and [[testable]] it's a great way to connect your [[Scala application]]s to the world.  
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** [[Spray REST Framework|spray]] is a suite of [[lightweight]] [[Scala librari]]es providing [[client- and [[server-side]] [[REST/HTTP support]] on top [[Akka framework|Akka]].        <P>        We believe that, having chosen [[Scala]] (and possibly [[Akka]]) as primary tools for building software, you’ll want to rely on their power not only in your application layer but throughout the [[full (JVM-level) network stack]]. [[Spray REST Framework|spray]] provides just that: a set of integrated components for all your [[REST/HTTP]] needs that let you work with idiomatic [[Scala API|Scala]] (and [[Akka API|Akka]]) [[API]]s at the stack level of your choice, all implemented without any wrapping layers around “legacy” [[Java librari]]es.
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** [[spray REST Framework|spray]] is a suite of [[lightweight]] [[Scala librari]]es providing [[client- and [[server-side]] [[REST/HTTP support]] on top [[Akka framework|Akka]].        <P>        We believe that, having chosen [[Scala]] (and possibly [[Akka]]) as primary tools for building software, you’ll want to rely on their power not only in your application layer but throughout the [[full (JVM-level) network stack]]. [[spray REST Framework|spray]] provides just that: a set of integrated components for all your [[REST/HTTP]] needs that let you work with idiomatic [[Scala API|Scala]] (and [[Akka API|Akka]]) [[API]]s at the stack level of your choice, all implemented without any wrapping layers around “legacy” [[Java librari]]es.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:45, 23 December 2019

A spray REST Framework is a REST framework for Akka Web Application Framework (for Scala programs).



References

2013


  • https://github.com/spray/spray
    • A suite of scala libraries for building and consuming RESTful web services on top of Akka: lightweight, asynchronous, non-blocking, actor-based, testable