In this series of Scala Tutorials, we are looking at Scala constructors. See how the default, custom, primary and auxiliary constructors work in Scala.
Welcome to the Scala Tutorials on amitph.com. This section is for the Scala newbies who want to learn more about it.
It is one of the most popular JVM language (In JVM languages the source code is compiled into Java byte code). Scala is ‘Object Oriented’ as well as ‘Functional’ programming language.
It also works in combination with Java where Java can use Scala objects and Scala can used Java’s. The features like currying, immutable collections, auxiliary constructors are really awesome.
Scala is a popular choice for Domain Specific Programming.
In the series, I am covering some of the really basic and interesting features of Scala. I am sure, you will love them.
This article focuses on Scala language functions. It describes how functions are written and used in Scala.
Introduction to Scala Language is a first part of series of Scala Language Tutorials. This post describes what is Scala language, the basic features and coding constructs.