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.
In this post we look at two approaches to dealing with domain specific types - unboxed tagged types and case classes and how well they integrate with play framework 2.4 and slick 3.0.
In this blog series we will look on how we can use Akka HTTP, Activate and other useful libraries to build an application completely in Scala. This post will explore the persistence layer and how we can use STM to work with the database