Scalatra 2.6.0 is out
The Scalatra team is pleased to announce the release of version 2.6.0 of the framework. Noteworthy upgrades include new validation framework named scalatra-forms.
Scalatra 2.5.1 is out
The Scalatra team is pleased to announce the release of version 2.5.1 of the framework. This is a maintenance release which fixes some Swagger2 support bugs in 2.5.0.
Scalatra 2.5.0 is out
The Scalatra team is pleased to announce the release of version 2.5.0 of the framework. Noteworthy upgrades include Scala 2.12 and Swagger 2 support.
Scalatra 2.4.0 is out
The Scalatra team is pleased to announce the release of Scalatra 2.4.0 with many improvements and bugfixes as listed below.
Scalatra 2.4.0 will be out soon
The Scalatra team is pleased to announce the release of Scalatra 2.4.0.RC3.
Scalatra 2.3.0 released
The Scalatra team is pleased to announce the release of Scalatra 2.3.0.
Scalatra 2.2.2 and 2.3.0M1 released
The Scalatra team is pleased to announce two new releases.
Scalatra in Action: Routing chapter available
Our book Scalatra in Action, available from
Manning Publications, has been steadily ticking along over the summer.
A new chapter, on RESTful application development using Scalatra’s routing DSL, is now available.
GitBucket, a large FOSS codebase in Scalatra
New persistence guides
We’ve added a few more Scalatra Guides dealing with persistence over the past few weeks.
Scalatra 2.2.1 released
Scalatra 2.2.1, a bug-fix and maintenance release, is now out. The following changes have been made:
Scalatra 2.2 released
The Scalatra team is excited to finally be able to say: we’ve just released Scalatra 2.2.0, 2.1.2 and 2.0.5.
Book: Scalatra in Action
The Scalatra team is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the e-book version of Scalatra in Action, published by Manning Publications.
Scala 2.10 support
For any early adopters of Scala 2.10, a port of Scalatra to Scala 2.10 is available in snapshot form. To try it,
Scalatra 2.2.0-RC2 Released
Scalatra 2.2 has been in development since September. There were a few blocking bugs along the way, but the development team has now cut a second release candidate, Scalatra 2.2.0-RC2. If all goes well, Scalatra users will all get a Christmas present. See the full list of changes (below) if you want a sneek peak.
Scalatra usage increasing
In preparation for the 2.2.0 final release, Yuvi Masory has been cranking out all kinds of reference material:
Atmosphere guide now available
Just in time for the end of the year, we’re nearly done with the Big Documentation Push of 2012. This time we’ve got a full guide to Scalatra’s new Atmosphere support.
New databindings guide
As we work towards the Scalatra 2.2.0 release, we’ve been hard at work documenting the many aspects of the framework included in the release. This week saw publication of a long Swagger tutorial on InfoQ.
Scalatra 2.2.0-RC1 Released
Scalatra 2.2 has been in development for about the past two months. As the release is nearly completed, the project has cut a release candidate, Scalatra 2.2.0-RC1.
Scalatra Roundup - Databinders, and More Docs
Work continues on the Scalatra 2.2 development branch. Swagger support in 2.2-SNAPSHOT has now solidified quite well, as has automatic JSON handling using json4s. We’re getting ready for the 2.2 release, hopefully in the next few weeks, at which point documentation for these features will be added to our Scalatra Guides - but in the meantime, anyone who want to get a sneak preview of Scalatra’s new Swagger and JSON capabilities can look here:
Atmosphere Hits Develop Branch
Another busy week in the world of Scalatra. The ScalaQuery library, renamed to Slick for Scala 2.10, is TypeSafe’s answer to Scala data persistence, and it’s a library with a bright future. Jos Dirksen has once again been at it with the tutorials, this time demonstrating how to integrate Scalatra and Scalaquery in part 3 of his ongoing Scalatra series.
New tutorials available
Scalatra dev roundup
Scalatra development has been proceeding at a rapid pace in recent months, although we’ve been doing a pretty poor job of making that visible to the outside world. Let’s try and fix that.
Scalatra 2.1.1 released
Scalatra 2.1.1 has been released. This is a maintenance release to fix a regression with the InputStream on the RenderPipeline.
Scalatra 2.1 released
The Scalatra team is pleased to announce the release of Scalatra 2.1.