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This week's Clojure news

Issue #20 - July 26th, 2013

Highlights

Bruce Hauman has a fantastic writeup of how to use core.async in Clojurescript to create a Todo list application. If you're interested in core.async you've got to check this out.

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Web

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Clang is ClojureScript well integrated with the AngularJS framework.

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Konrad Garus has converted the Angular tutorial into Clojurescript and shared it here.

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Clojurescript

Chlorine is another attempt at clojure-to-javascript (like wisp) that tries to preserve readable javascript code. It's early in development, but looks very promising.

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This is a sweet scaffold for using Clojurescript & core.async in node.js.

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core.async

Rich Hickey talks about concepts behind the new core.async library in this Relevance Podcast.

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This article evaluates a couple of options for staying out of callback hell. It discusses the suspend library, asynchronize, and using core.async to help deal with callbacks.

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SQL & Migrations

Drift is a migration library written in Clojure. Drift works much like Rails migrations where a directory in your project contains all of the migration files

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Lobos is a SQL database schema manipulation and migration library written in Clojure. It currently supports H2, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite and SQL Server.

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Ragtime is a Clojure library for migrating structured data. It defines a common interface for expressing migrations, much like Ring defines a common interface for expression web applications.

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Edited by Nate Murray & Ari Lerner
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