Play 2.6.6 released!

The Play Team is pleased to announce the release of Play Framework 2.6.6. This is the latest stable release of Play. Getting Play To download Play, visit www.playframework.com/download. To upgrade an existing Play 2.6 project, edit your project/plugins.sbt file and set the sbt-plugin to 2.6.6. To update an older Play project, take a look at the Migration Guide. Changelog See the full list of changes and the 2.6.6 milestone on GitHub. There are a number of documentation improvements,…

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Play 2.6.5 released!

The Play Team is pleased to announce the release of Play Framework 2.6.5. This is the latest stable release of Play. Getting Play To start a new Play project, visit www.playframework.com/download. To upgrade an existing Play 2.6 project, edit your plugins.sbt file and set the sbt-plugin to 2.6.5. To update an older Play project, take a look at the Migration Guide. Changelog See the full list of changes and the 2.6.5 milestone on GitHub. Credits Thanks to the community…

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Play Slick 3.0.1 released

The Play Team is pleased to announce the release of Play Slick 3.0.1. The Play Slick module integrates the Slick database query and access library with Play Framework. This is the latest stable release of the Play Slick module. It is compatible with Play 2.6.x and Slick 3.2.x. Updating Play Slick To use this version of Play Slick, update the versions in your build.sbt file to 3.0.1: "com.typesafe.play" %% "play-slick" % "3.0.1", "com.typesafe.play" %% "play-slick-evolutions" % "3.0.1"…

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Play 2.6.3 Released!

The Play Team is pleased to announce the release of Play Framework 2.6.3. This is the latest stable release of Play. Getting Play To download Play, visit www.playframework.com/download. To upgrade an existing Play 2.6 project, edit your plugins.sbt file and set the sbt-plugin to 2.6.3. To update an older Play project, take a look at the Migration Guide. Changelog The 2.6.3 release contains the following fixes and improvements: Support running cache tasks in thread pool (Java documentation / Scala documentation)…

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Play socket.io support

The Play team are proud to announce official support for socket.io. We have created a library called play-socket.io which provides a complete engine.io and socket.io implementation, tested against the socket.io reference implementation client (that is, the official JavaScript socket.io client), and including a number of useful features such as backpressure and cluster support that the JavaScript implementations do not have. Play has already proved itself to be apt at scaling to hundreds of thousands of connections per node, for example as demonstrated by LinkedIn,…

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