- Installing Scala
- Integrating with IDEs
- Creating variables
- Using special functions
- Basic types and operations
- Tuples, sets, maps, arrays, and lists
- Classes, fields, and methods
- Singleton objects
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Peggy] Welcome to Scala First Look. I'm Peggy Fisher, and I'm excited to share with you a general overview of this popular language which gets its name from the contraction of the words "scalable" and "language". Scala naturally combines object-oriented design with functional programming since every data item in Scala is an object. Scala has been designed to inter-operate seamlessly with Java. Scala classes can call Java methods, create Java objects, inherit from Java classes, and implement Java interfaces.
None of this requires interface definitions or patchwork code to make it work. If you're like me and you are used to using Java, I think you'll really like Scala. The syntax stresses brevity, but the concepts are analogous to Java programming.
1. Why Scala?
2. Scala Basics
3. More Scala Basics
4. Objects with Scala
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