For HTML templates in a pinch, I prefer the simplicity and ease of use of James Reeves' Hiccup. This week’s Clojure Cookbook preview recipe takes you through the ropes of templating HTML with Hiccup.
I like this recipe a lot because I think it’s very...
Have you ever been assigned a task with a vague note like: “make it fast”
or “it should be resilient?” When you were finished, did the result match
your boss’s expectations? Probably not. That’s because these quality
statements are completely vague
This week’s Clojure Cookbook recipe is a lightning tour of polymorphism
approaches in Clojure. I had fun writing this recipe because I’d not seen
a lot of these approaches used outside of samples. I hope it provides some
insight to you about when/why...
In this week’s Clojure Cookbook preview recipe, we’ll be taking a look at
tools.cli, a nifty core library for
parsing command-line arguments.
This recipe was really fun to write because of how simple
tools.cli is. Since parsing string arguments is...
This recipe from Clojure Cookbook is one of my all-time favorites. Contributor
(and all-around awesome dude) Leonardo
Borges submitted a two-part
series on building custom data structures in Clojure, using
core.match no less. I’d never really