Make a request to a remote service

This article shows how to make remote requests to services using Scala and the Play-Framework. It documents some recommended features that can improve the reliability of the request. Setup Make sure you add the following dependency to build.sbt libraryDependencies += ws GET request GET request to a remote service import scala.concurrent.Future import play.api.http.Status._ import play.api.libs.ws.WSClient import play.api.libs.json.{JsSuccess, Json} case class UnexpectedResponseStatus(message: String) extends Exception(message) case class InvalidServiceResponse(message: String) extends Exception(message) class SomeClass @Inject()( ws: WSClient ) { def getFromRemoteService(url: String): Future[Option[MyClass]] = { ws.

PlayFramework – Java

So far I have really liked this concept. The only con is that some times is difficult to find full examples that use the latest version. Installing sbt We need sbt for compiling and running Play applications. brew install sbt@1 Executing a first application Check the tutorials page to see how to create a first project. Pretty much: sbt new playframework/play-java-seed.g8 sbt run And then visit localhost:9000 Play 2.