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Joe Harry
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Is the typesafe stack a reliable development tool? I find myself comfortable working with either JSF or Struts. But I would want to make the switch completely a scala and scala based stack for developing web applications. I've read many blogs that says that the typesafe stack is immature and needs a lot a releases. Is this true? How does the typesafe stack compare with Struts or JSF? How is the learning curve?


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Can you consider Play for Scala or Scalatra as Web frameworks ?

What are the strengths of Scala for this kind of application ?

Do large companies make their web intra or extra net with Scala ?
Is it a good way to develop Cloud distributed application ?

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François
 
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