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Published on Feb 9, 2015
Mathias Doenitz kicks off this year’s Northeast Scala Symposium with a thorough investigation of Akka HTTP, its use cases and the improvements it brings over its predecessor scary.io.
This talk is for those who wish to provide or consume HTTP-based APIs with Scala or Java. According to his talk’s abstract, Mathias asserts that “Akka HTTP takes reactive high-performance web interactions to the next level,” then, "you will not want to use anything else after having tried it."