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This is a slightly less barebone example of an application written in Scala.js. In particular, it links in libraries that are indispensible in being productive working with Scala.js.
To get started, run
sbt ~fastOptJS in this example project. This should
localhost:12345/target/scala-2.11/classes/index-dev.html in your browser, it will show you an animated Sierpinski
triangle (live demo). You can then
edit the application and see the updates be sent live to the browser
without needing to refresh the page.
sbt fullOptJS and open up
index-opt.html for an optimized (~200kb) version
of the final application, useful for final publication.
Take a look at the
dodge-the-dots branch in the git repository if you
want to see a slightly more complex application that was made in 30 minutes
using this skeleton. Similar steps can be used for development or
publication. There's a live demo here.
There's also a
space-invaders branch, also made in 30 minutes, with its own
todomvc branch contains an implementation of the TodoMVC example application, which is used to compare how the exact same application would be implemented using different languages and frameworks. This application makes heavy use of Scalatags and Scala.Rx, with heavy use of the DOM via scala-js-dom, making it a good example of how reactive web pages could be built using ScalaJS, as well as use of standalone ScalaJS libraries. live demo
ray-tracer branch contains a simple ray-tracer written using Scala.js, with a live demo.
mapper branch contains an application that renders a heat map of the earth, using data pulled from OpenWeatherMap, with a live demo
autowire branch contains a small sample client-server application, using Scala.js on the client and Spray on the server. The readme on that branch contains instructions on how to run it.