§Learning from Play Examples
The play-samples GitHub repository offers Play examples for Java and Scala. Play has many features, so rather than pack them all into one project, we’ve organized many examples that each showcase a Play feature or demonstrate a common use case. Make sure you have verified the requirements for running Play. You can either clone the play-samples GitHub repository or download its contents as zip file. Refer to the
README.md file within each sample project directory to learn more about the example.
Note: The example projects are not configured for out of the box security.
If you are new to Play, we recommend following the Hello World tutorial for Java or Scala first:
- Play Java Hello World
- Play Scala Hello World
Note: When you run the tutorial application, it displays web pages with the same content and instructions contained in this documentation. The tutorial includes a deliberate mistake and having the the documentation and application pages open in different tabs or browsers allows you to consult the documentation for the fix when you encounter the error.
Next: Creating a New Application
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