One million yen in elaborate fake bills that no one can tell are not the real deal were picked up by a homeless person. The bills begin to circulate like the blood flowing through blood vessels. These fake bills undermine the Japanese economy like a virus. In order to build a world that is not dominated by money, a plan to overturn the value of the root of money is launched. What is the fate of the man with such a tremendous plan? A millionaire, an undercover agent, community representative, and a genius appraiser that specializes in distinguishing counterfeit bills, speculation is placed on each. Everything leads to a conspiracy of dark organizations trying to destroy the Japanese economy.
Runtime: 50 minutes
Akka - Akka (toolkit) - Netflix
Akka is a free and open-source toolkit and runtime simplifying the construction of concurrent and distributed applications on the JVM. Akka supports multiple programming models for concurrency, but it emphasizes actor-based concurrency, with inspiration drawn from Erlang. Language bindings exist for both Java and Scala. Akka is written in Scala and, as of Scala 2.10, Akka's actor implementation is included as part of the Scala standard library.
Akka - Relation to other Libraries - Netflix
Other frameworks and toolkits have emerged to form an ecosystem around Akka: The Spray toolkit is implemented using Akka and features a HTTP server as well as related facilities, such as a DSL for creating RESTful APIs The Play framework for developing web applications offers integration with Akka Apache Spark is built upon Akka The Socko Web Server library supports the implementation of REST APIs for Akka applications The eventsourced library provides Event-driven architecture (see also domain-driven design) support for Akka actors The Gatling stress test tool for load-testing web servers is built upon Akka The Scalatra web framework is built upon Akka and offers integration with it The Vaadin web app development framework can integrate with Akka The Apache Flink platform for distributed stream and batch data processing is built upon Akka. Akka actors are considered an integral part of the Scala standard library. There are more than 250 public projects registered on GitHub which use Akka.
Akka - References - Netflix