Phantom connects using the mini-connectors framework, which is a small abstraction layer around the `ClusterBuilder` found in the Datastax Java driver. It does quite a bit more than that. Phantom aims to be user friendly, but the way it achieves things isn't necessarily easy, and that's why we try our best to mask away all of that complexity from the end user.
The next post in our series on phantom is an introduction to phantom-sbt, the designated helper of choice. With this plugin, you can make your tests depend on having a real life instance of Cassandra embedded into a forked JVM ready just in time for your tests. The […]
Part two of our introduction to using phantom covers a very important topic in building your application, namely structure and usability. Phantom is reasonably opinionated about what structure you can best use to suit the design we hand in mind while building the driver, and the offer you the very best flexibility while coding.
It is our great pleasure to announce that after a long and wonderful partner bootcamp, Outworkers is very proud to count 5 Datastax Certified Cassandra/DSE architects among its ranks, the highest possible level of knowledge and certification. After years of hands on Cassandra experience, months spend learning the theory inside out, 3 exams and a […]