[<img src="https://img.shields.io/travis/playframework/play-scala-starter-example.svg"/>](https://travis-ci.org/playframework/play-scala-starter-example) # play-scala-starter-example This is a starter application that shows how Play works. Please see the documentation at https://www.playframework.com/documentation/latest/Home for more details. ## Running Run this using [sbt](http://www.scala-sbt.org/). If you downloaded this project from http://www.playframework.com/download then you'll find a prepackaged version of sbt in the project directory: ``` sbt run ``` And then go to http://localhost:9000 to see the running web application. There are several demonstration files available in this template. ## Controllers - HomeController.scala: Shows how to handle simple HTTP requests. - AsyncController.scala: Shows how to do asynchronous programming when handling a request. - CountController.scala: Shows how to inject a component into a controller and use the component when handling requests. ## Components - Module.scala: Shows how to use Guice to bind all the components needed by your application. - Counter.scala: An example of a component that contains state, in this case a simple counter. - ApplicationTimer.scala: An example of a component that starts when the application starts and stops when the application stops. ## Filters - Filters.scala: Creates the list of HTTP filters used by your application. - ExampleFilter.scala A simple filter that adds a header to every response.