Play Framework has lost its relevance. Or has it?


The last few weeks, rather months have been very interesting for Play Framework at least at Knoldus. We end up working and custom developing large sophisticated products and very niche reactive products. Over the last few months there has been a healthy (the part where people starting pulling each others hair is omitted on purpose) on whether we should be using the Play Framework at all. The usual suspects being the client side html generation hippies who would not buy the Play philosophy at all and then we have the Play Framework fan boys who would not code in anything but Play. I carried on this debate to the Scala Days conference in SFO and also discussed it with Typesafe’s Rich Dougherty (@richdougherty) to get an idea about his thoughts. We decided to do a rundown of all the pros and cons of one approach versus the other and…

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