elastic4s - Elasticsearch Scala Client - Non Blocking, Type Safe, HTTP, TCP

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Elastic4s is a concise, idiomatic, reactive, type safe Scala client for Elasticsearch. The client can be used over both HTTP and TCP by choosing either of the elastic4s-http or elastic4s-tcp submodules. The official Elasticsearch Java client can of course be used in Scala, but due to Java's syntax it is more verbose and it naturally doesn't support classes in the core Scala core library nor Scala idioms.Elastic4s's DSL allows you to construct your requests programatically, with syntactic and semantic errors manifested at compile time, and uses standard Scala futures to enable you to easily integrate into an asynchronous workflow. The aim of the DSL is that requests are written in a builder-like way, while staying broadly similar to the Java API or Rest API. Each request is an immutable object, so you can create requests and safely reuse them, or further copy them for derived requests. Because each request is strongly typed your IDE or editor can use the type information to show you what operations are available for any request type.




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