Slick 3: Functional Relational Mapping for Mere Mortals Part 2: Querying data


Last week we learnt the basics of Slick library. We started with a general introduction of Slick, then covered how to define a table definition, custom mappers, and perform insert queries. Today, we will learn how to perform select queries with Slick. Slick allows you to work with database tables in the same way as you work with Scala collections. This means that you can use methods like map, filter, sort, etc. to process data in your table.

You can read the full blog here https://github.com/shekhargulati/52-technologies-in-2016/blob/master/05-slick/README.md

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