Storing an uploaded file in the S3 bucket typically involves using a temporary file. Let's see how this can be simplified with the help of alpakka S3 connector and how those two approaches compare with each other.
In this article you will learn how to set up GraphQL backend server with Akka HTTP and Sangria. We will also discuss common use cases, like integration with Slick and how to manage many-to-many relations.
If you want to know how to use `akka-http` to build your own server, you may find it worth your while reading this article. You'll learn how to build a websocket server. Some other topics are covered here, e.g. basic REST responses or akka-stream processing.