Giter8 template to get started with Play and Scala.js.
This is a Giter8 template showing how you can integrate a Play project with a Scala.js project.
$ sbt new vmunier/play-scalajs.g8 $ cd play-scalajs $ sbt > project server > run $ open http://localhost:9000
The application contains three directories: *
serverPlay application (server side) *
clientScala.js application (client side) *
sharedScala code that you want to share between the server and the client
compiletriggers the Scala.js
runtriggers the Scala.js
fastOptJStask on page refresh
~run, continuous compilation is also available
FullOptStagewhen packaging your application for
fullOptJSto be executed instead of
sbt 'set scalaJSStage in Global := FullOptStage' dist
fullOptJSby default. If you wish to disable Source Maps in
fullOptJS, then add
scalaJSLinkerConfig in (Compile, fullOptJS) ~= (_.withSourceMap(false))in the Scala.js projects.
Add the following line to
build.sbtif you wish to load the server project at sbt startup:
scala onLoad in Global := (onLoad in Global).value.andThen(state => "project server" :: state)
The root project aggregates all the other projects by default. Use this root project to clean all the projects at once. ```shell $ sbt
In IntelliJ, open Project wizard, select
Import Project, choose the root folder and click
Import project from external modeloption, choose
SBT projectand click
Next. Select additional import options and click
Finish. Make sure you use the IntelliJ Scala Plugin v2017.2.7 or higher. There are known issues with prior versions of the plugin.
addSbtPlugin("com.typesafe.sbteclipse" % "sbteclipse-plugin" % "5.2.4")to
server's settings in
// Compile the project before generating Eclipse files, so that generated .scala or .class files for Twirl templates are present EclipseKeys.preTasks := Seq(compile in Compile)
$ sbt "eclipse with-source=true"
File/Import/General/Existing project..., choose the root folder. Uncheck the third checkbox to only import client, server and shared/.jvm, click