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Web Development with Clojure: Build Bulletproof Web Apps with Less Code von [Sotnikov, Dmitri]
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Modern web development needs modern tools. Web Development With Clojure shows you how to apply Clojure programming fundamentals to build real-world solutions. You’ll develop all the pieces of a full web application in this powerful language. If you already have some familiarity with Clojure, you’ll learn how to put it to serious practical use. If you’re new to the language, the book provides just enough Clojure to get down to business.




You’ll learn the full process of web development using Clojure while getting hands-on experience with current tools, libraries, and best practices in the language. You’ll develop Clojure apps with both the Light Table and Eclipse development environments. Rather than frameworks, Clojure development builds on rich libraries. You’ll acquire expertise in the popular Ring/Compojure stack, and you’ll learn to use the Liberator library to quickly develop RESTful services. Plus, you'll find out how to use ClojureScript to work in one language on the client and server sides.



Throughout the book, you’ll develop key components of web applications, including multiple approaches to database access. You’ll create a simple guestbook app and an app to serve resources to users. By the end, you will have developed a rich Picture Gallery web application from conception to packaging and deployment.



This book is for anyone interested in taking the next step in web development.






Q&A with Dmitri Sotnikov


Why did you write Web Development with Clojure?



When I started using Clojure, I found that it took a lot of work to find all the pieces needed to put together a working application. There was very little documentation available on how to organize the code, what libraries to use, or how to package the application for deployment. Having gone through the process of figuring out what works, I thought that it would be nice to make it easier for others to get started.



What are the advantages of using a functional language?



Over the course of my career, I have developed a great appreciation for functional programming. I find that it addresses a number of shortcomings present in the imperative paradigm. For example, in a functional language any changes to the data are created via revisions to the existing data. So they only exist in the local scope. This fact allows us to safely reason about individual parts of the program in isolation, which is critical for writing and supporting large applications.



Why use Clojure specifically?



Clojure is a simple and pragmatic language that is designed for real-world usage. It combines the productivity of a high-level language with the excellent performance seen in languages like C# or Java. It’s also very easy to learn because it allows you to use a small number of concepts to solve a large variety of problems.



If I already have a preferred web development platform, what might I get out of this book?



If you’re using an imperative language, you’ll get to see a very different approach to writing code. Even if you’re not going to use Clojure as your primary language, the concepts you’ll learn will provide you with new ways to approach problems.



Is the material in the book accessible to somebody who is not familiar with Clojure?



Absolutely. The book targets developers who are already familiar with the basics of web development and are interested in learning Clojure in this context. The book introduces just enough of the language to get you productive and allows you to learn by example.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Dmitri Sotnikov has been developing Web applications professionally for close to a decade. He has developed and continues to maintain several Clojure libraries as well as the Luminus framework. He has worked in both startup and enterprise environments.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 757 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 230 Seiten
  • ISBN-Quelle für Seitenzahl: 1937785645
  • Gleichzeitige Verwendung von Geräten: Keine Einschränkung
  • Verlag: Pragmatic Bookshelf; Auflage: 1 (2. Januar 2014)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00I800FCM
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