Nestack is the offshore development center that will help you keep up with big players like these. Nestack are the best outsource partner. Nestack will always help you to develop software in Scala using the open-source web app framework Play 2, which is based on Django, Ruby on Rails, and other popular frameworks.
With the help of Nestack's Scala software development services, you can work more quickly and easily. Nestack will apply the Play framework to your project to improve productivity and ensure fast, effective field testing. The expert Scala developers at the Nestack offshore development center have a large body of expertise in programming in Scala, so we are always keen to work with the innovative, efficient functionality offered by this language. Nestack will offer you robust, software bug-free software every time.
Advantages of Scala:
Object Oriented: Scala treats every value as an object as an object-oriented language. An object's classes and behavior are described by classes and traits, and multiple inheritance is supported by mixing based competition and extending classes via effective subclassing.
Functional: Scala is a highly functional language, where each function is a value and each value is an object. Scala supports both nested and higher-order functions and provisions, making it possible to define anonymous functions.
Statically Typed: Scala has an enforced type system which provides constraints and abstractions which can be used in a safe, streamlined manner. As such, it's a strongly typed language. Its support includes variance annotations, upper and lower bounds, generic classes, explicitly typed self-references, polymorphic methods, and views.
Extensible: Scala offers language mechanism combinations which are unique, so they're easier to add to by integrating new language constructs via libraries. Scala automatically constructs closers on the expected type, and you can use any method as infix or postfix operators. Scala also lets you facilitate new statements without extending the syntax or macro like meta-programming facilities.
Runs on JVM: Scala runs on the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) and once compiled, byte code is generated which is then executed by JVM. Scala and Java share a common platform, so Java programs can easily be converted over to Scala.
Executes Java Code: Scala can use all classes of Java SDK, custom Java classes, and Java open-source projects.