Configuration-level Optimistic Locking with Longevity

Longevity - a persistence framework for Scala and NoSQL - has been built from day one to isolate persistence concerns behind a clear, consistent, and easy to use API. The power of this design principle is demonstrated by how easy it is for you to bring optimistic locking to your application. All you have to do is set a configuration flag.

Longevity is growing to full maturity, and most features you would expect from a persistence framework are in place. Our 0.10.0 release brings many incremental improvements - including support for controlled vocabularies. But the central feature of this release is configuration-level optimistic locking.


Longevity Framework Cares About Code Quality

We care a lot about code quality here at longevity framework. You can rest assured that longevity is well-designed, has clean code, and a robust test suite. As of now, code coverage comes in at 95.02% statement, and 93.44% branch, as measured by sbt-scoverage. What software projects do you know of that have that kind of coverage?