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Scala is known as a multi-paradigm language, supporting object-oriented as well as functional programming. Not only that, there is functional reactive programming and pure functional programming. In this series of posts we will look at a specific solution to using both pure functional programming and a functional reactive approach, so that we can see the various advantages and disadvantages of each.

Lagom Microservice Framework

At Yoppworks, we often work with clients to build systems using the Lagom microservice framework. Lagom leverages the Akka and Play libraries and one of its compelling features is the Persistent Entity. Persistent entities represent objects in your system that are written to some external storage using event sourcing. They have an identifier that is used by other systems to reference the entity.

 

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