Does Scala need fundamental changes to move forward as a language? Or did Typesafe already see the gloomy forecast?
Lift is driven by the community… by the users that are building excellent apps using Lift.
PLUS, LinkedIn open source Kafka and Lift moves beyond Scala!
PLUS, new projects: Spring Hadoop framework and Scala-wicket!
Sebastien Arbogast has posted a survey to find out which framework is the best, following Matt Raible’s controversial presentation.
Lift 2.2 M1 with support multiple validation.
Take a look at what’s new in Lift 2.0, and watch Scala creator Martin Odersky’s keynote, in the second edition of JAXmag!
The Lift 2.x series now supports SBT!
Lift 2.0 gets new NoSQL support with built-in support for MongoDB and CouchDB, and GWT 2.0.4 fixes an issue with GWT-based apps crashing in Safari 5.
Version 2.0-RC2 of the Lift Web Framework is now available. The Scala-based Lift framework has been upgraded to mongo-java-driver 2.0. […]
Lift 2.0 RC1 is now available. This is the final ‘feature complete’ milestone for Lift 2.0. This release adds support […]
Community-driven initiative plan to address Scala’s version fragility.
Milestone 4 of the Lift Web Framework version 2.0, is now available. Lift is a Scala web framework for writing […]
Fast growing social networking project Foursquare has been ported to the Scala/Lift web framework. This includes the Foursquare website, mobile […]