Video from the Slick Workshop at Scala Exchange 2015

My workshop at Scala Exchange was entitled “Essential Slick: Hands-On with Slick 3”. In my experience, Slick is routinely difficult for new Scala developers to pick up. This workshop provides a broad, brief introduction to the main concepts in the library, with more in-depth information available in Richard and Jonathan’s book. You can find a video of the talk and links to the code samples after the break:

Here’s a quick guide to the content covered:

  • 0:00 - Introduction. Housekeeping etc.
  • 3:30 - Tables. Mapping Scala data types onto the database.
  • 23:30 - Queries. Selecting data, query types, query combinators.
  • 46:30 - Actions. Inserting/updating/deleting, sequencing actions, transactions.
  • 1:17:30 - Joins. Selecting data from multiple tables.
  • 1:34:50 - Profiles. Selecting profiles, Freeslick, writing database-generic code.

The slides and sample code can be found on our Github account. If you have trouble with any of the exercises or getting set up, feel free to ask questions on our Gitter channel.


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