URL lib, parallel core.logic, the cljs compiler deconstructed, learning clojure, and cljs-clj bi-di comm via http. — Mar 28
- Urly, our #clojure library that unifies URL/URI parsing and manipulation, got many improvements recently
(via @ClojureWerkz) —
Deals with relative URLs, something that the Java counterpart doesn’t do.
- Parallel logic programming
(via @jimduey) —
Make core.logic scale to multiple processors via Java 7’s fork-join parallel programming facilities.
(via @fogus) —
If you deconstruct a compiler you end up with a bunch of modules organized in a pipeline. Who cares where these modules are executed, rigth? They could be anywhere. They could be in the cloud! So here, Himera, provides compilation as a service. But in all reality, you can do a lot more with it. There is even a podcaset interview for this event.
- The Newbie's Guide to Learning Clojure
(via @hnfirehose) —
Every now and then we get a blog post with the latest and greatest resources for learning Clojure. This is the latest of these blog posts. Keep them coming – every 6 months or so.
- Lazy-seqs From Database With Clojure Korma
(via @paulosuzart) —
Migrate 900K db entries from MySQL to Postgress with Korma, a few minutes of coding, and lazy sequences.
- Released: clj-browserchannel-demo - cross-browser, bi-directional communication in #clojurescript & #clojure app
(via @thegeez) —
Cross browser, bi-directional communication between ClojureScript and Clojure with BrowserChannel. “A BrowserChannel simulates a bidirectional socket over HTTP. It is the basis of the Gmail Chat IM connections to the server”.