A tutorial about effectively building Scala projects, sbt in Action introduces the sbt tool with a simple project that establishes the fundamentals of running commands and tasks. Next, it shows you how to use the peripheral libraries in sbt to make common tasks simpler. Finally, it covers how to deploy software effectively. You'll learn to appreciate how sbt improves the process of developing software, not just running builds.
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About the Technology
sbt is a build tool native to Scala that can transform any build scenario into a streamlined, automated, and repeatable process. Its interactive shell lets you customize your builds on the fly, and with sbt's unique incremental compilation feature, you can update only the parts of your project that change, without having to rebuild everything. Mastering sbt, along with the right patterns and best practices, is guaranteed to save you time and trouble on every project.
About the Book
sbt in Action, first and foremost, teaches you how to build Scala projects effectively. It introduces the sbt tool with a simple project that establishes the fundamentals of running commands and tasks. Next, it shows you how to use the peripheral libraries in sbt to make common tasks simpler. Along the way, you'll work through real projects that demonstrate how to build and deploy your projects regardless of development methodology or process.
Master sbt's loosely coupled libraries
Effectively manage dependencies
Automate and simplify your builds
Customize builds and tasks
About the Reader
Readers should be comfortable reading Scala code. No experience with sbt required.
About the Authors
Josh Suereth is an engineer at Typesafe and the author of Manning's Scala in Depth. Matthew Farwell is a senior developer and the author of the Scalastyle style checker.Table of Contents
Josh Suereth is a Senior Software Engineer at Typesafe and the author of Scala in Depth. He is the author of several open source Scala projects, including the Scala automated resource management library, the PGP sbt plugin.