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Luminus – A Clojure Web Framework

Clojure Web Development Made Simple Luminus is a Clojure micro-framework based on a set of lightweight libraries. It aims to provide a robust, scalable, and easy to use platform. With Luminus you can focus on developing your app the way you want without any distractions.

Fun with GTFS & Clojure

Hi people of the internet! Today I’ll be talking about Clojure to parse and extract stuff on GTFS files, wrap all that in a simple REST API using Clojure again, and then expose this API on the net so that my iPhone can consume it and tell me what are my next bus rides. So…

Year of Clojure on the Desktop

March 28, 2020 What is Clojure’s use case? In theory, it’s any situation where JVM is a reasonable choice, but especially for high concurrency and processing large amounts of data. In practice, it’s mostly used on the backend for servers. Java is also widely used on Android, but Clojure is rarely a good choice there…
Clojure: `every-pred` and `some-fn`

Clojure: `every-pred` and `some-fn`

This post is part of Advent of Parens 2019, my attempt to publish one blog post a day during the 24 days of the advent.Ah clojure.core, it’s like an all you can eat hot-pot. Just when you think you’ve scooped up all it has to offer, you discover another small but delicious delicacy floating in…

Clojure 1.11 planning

Clojure 1.11 planning Lately we’ve been starting to work on planning for Clojure 1.11. I’ve collected a list of possible features and problem areas and we’re starting to flesh those out a bit more and prioritize which things we’ll take on for 1.11. How does that list get made? It really pulls from a bunch…

Elements of Clojure

Your browser does not support the audio element. Zach Tellman talks about writing Elements of Clojure, some of the work he's done in Clojure over the last ten years, and what's next. Elements of Clojure Ideolalia Bifurcan comparison to other data structures Jorge Luis Borges Standing in the Shadow of Giants CLJ-1517 - unrolled small…

Show HN: Clojure / Script GraphQL Fullstack Learning Project: Hacker News Clone

Show HN: Clojure / Script GraphQL Fullstack Learning Project: Hacker News Clone 23 points by promesante 2 hours ago | hide | past | web | favorite | 1 comment I have ported "The Fullstack Tutorial for GraphQL" series, https://www.howtographql.com/, from Javascript to Clojure/script.Blog post:https://promesante.github.io/2019/08/14/clojure_graphql_fullstack_learning_project_part_1.htmlSource code GitHub repo:https://github.com/promesante/hn-clj-pedestal-re-frameSuggestions and corrections, more than welcome.  help nickik 1…

Why I like Clojure

Posted on August 30, 2019 This is somewhat of a response to Uncle Bob’s post of similar nature, which I would say has gotten a mixed to positive reception. I had planned a similar post a week or two before the release of his, but archived the idea upon reading his post. But after having…

Clojure: Threading Macros (Guide)

Threading macros, also known as arrow macros, convert nested function calls into a linear flow of function calls, improving readability. The thread-first macro (->) In idiomatic Clojure, pure functions transform immutable data structures into a desired output format. Consider a function that applies two transformations to a map: (defn transform [person] (update (assoc person :hair-color…

Clojure’s Approach to Identity and State

Many people come to Clojure from an imperative language and find themselves out of their element when faced with Clojure’s approach to doing things, while others are coming from a more functional background and assume that once they leave Clojure’s functional subset, they will be faced with the same story re: state as is found…

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Original Content podcast: ‘Black Mirror’ returns with one of its strongest...

Less than six months after releasing the disappointing interactive experiment “Bandersnatch,” Netflix’s science fiction anthology series “Black Mirror” is back with three traditionally-structured episodes. On the latest installment of the Original Content podcast, we weigh in with our thoughts on the new season. We didn’t entirely agree on which episodes were strongest, but we agreed…

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