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.
After hundreds of commits gone into Phantom 2.x series, saying bye bye to reflection, and welcoming a drastic reduction to boilerplate with implicit macros, performance improvements, and much much more. Learn more about what's new and how you can use it today!