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In this presentation, I’ll go through the skeleton we use while creating new web applications in Scala/Scala.js, explaining the foundations and the architecture for it. Show casing that is can be very practical to create Scala/Scala.js web applications.
Our skeleton tries to stick to practical patterns, adopting pure functional programming when it makes sense, as well as being pragmatic while writing automated tests.
If you have ever wondered how we can onboard juniors to the Scala/Scala.js ecosystem, I have wonderful results with this skeleton.
Even if you do not use the skeleton, there are very good parts from it that you can likely adopt in your existing project.
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