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Clojure recipes

Author: Julian Gamble
Publisher: Old Tappan, New Jersey : Addison-Wesley, [2016] ©2016
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Clojure Recipes is an example-driven "code cookbook" for this increasingly popular language. Julian Gamble focuses on practical and complete examples that illuminate Clojure's key features and show  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Julian Gamble
ISBN: 9780133430097 013343009X
OCLC Number: 927108279
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations
Contents: Preface xv About the Author xix Chapter 1: Starting Your Project with Leiningen 1 Assumptions 1 Benefits 1 The Recipe-Windows 1 The Recipe-Mac 3 Conclusion 4 Postscript-Setting Up a JDK on a Mac 4 Postscript-Setting Up a JDK on Windows 6 Chapter 2: Packaging Clojure for a Java EE Environment 11 Assumptions 11 Benefits 11 The Recipe-Common 11 Conclusion 14 Postscript-Setting Up Tomcat on a Mac 14 Postscript-Setting Up Tomcat on Windows 16 Chapter 3: Creating a REST Server in Compojure 19 Assumptions 19 Benefits 19 The Recipe-Code 19 Testing the Solution 20 Notes on the Recipe 22 Conclusion 23 Chapter 4: Creating a REST Server with Liberator 25 Assumptions 25 Benefits 25 The Recipe-Code 25 Testing the Solution 28 Notes on the Recipe 29 Context 32 Conclusion 33 Chapter 5: A REST Client in ClojureScript 35 Assumptions 35 Benefits 35 The Recipe-Code 36 Testing the Solution 38 Notes on the Recipe 39 Conclusion 40 Chapter 6: A Simple JSON Server 41 Assumptions 41 Benefits 41 The Recipe-Code 41 Testing the Solution 44 Notes on the Recipe 45 Conclusion 47 Chapter 7: A Simple Server Using the Pedestal Framework 49 Assumptions 49 Benefits 49 Context 49 The Recipe-Code 50 Testing the Solution 52 Notes on the Recipe 53 Conclusion 54 Chapter 8: A Stock Ticker on the Pedestal Framework Server 55 Assumptions 55 Benefits 55 The Recipe-Code 55 Testing the Solution 60 Notes on the Recipe 62 Conclusion 67 Chapter 9: Simplifying Logging with a Macro 69 Assumptions 69 Benefits 69 The Recipe-Code 70 Testing the Solution 72 Notes on the Recipe 74 Conclusion 76 Chapter 10: Extending the Compiler with a Macro 79 Assumptions 79 Benefits 79 The Recipe-Code 79 Testing the Solution 81 Notes on the Recipe 82 Conclusion 85 Chapter 11: Simplifying Datomic Syntax by Writing a DSL 87 Assumptions 87 Benefits 87 The Recipe-Code 88 Testing the Solution 97 Notes on the Recipe 103 Conclusion 106 Chapter 12: Reading the SASS DSL and Generating CSS with Clojure Zippers 107 Assumptions 107 Benefits 107 Outline-Features of SASS 107 The Recipe-Code 109 Testing the Solution 121 Notes on the Recipe 122 Conclusion 133 Chapter 13: Introduction to Cascalog 135 Assumptions 135 Benefits 135 The Recipe-Code 135 Testing the Solution 137 Notes on the Recipe 139 Conclusion 141 Chapter 14: Cascalog and Hadoop 143 Assumptions 143 Benefits 143 The Recipe-Code 143 Testing the Solution 145 Conclusion 146 Postscript-Setting Up Hadoop on a Mac 146 Postscript-Setting Up Hadoop on a Windows Machine 147 Chapter 15: Loading a Data File into Cascalog 149 Assumptions 149 Benefits 149 The Recipe-Code 149 Testing the Solution 150 Conclusion 151 Chapter 16: Writing Out a Data File with Cascalog 153 Assumptions 153 Benefits 153 The Recipe-Code 153 Testing the Solution 154 Notes on the Recipe 155 Conclusion 155 Chapter 17: Cascalog and Structured Data 157 Assumptions 157 Benefits 157 The Recipe-Code 157 Testing the Recipe 159 Notes on the Solution 160 Conclusion 161 Chapter 18: Loading Custom Data Formats into Cascalog 163 Assumptions 163 Benefits 163 The Recipe-Code 163 Testing the Recipe 175 Notes on the Solution 176 Conclusion 177 Chapter 19: Connecting to Datomic from Your Application 179 Assumptions 179 Benefits 179 The Recipe-Code 179 Conclusion 188 Chapter 20: Getting Started with Storm 189 Assumptions 189 Benefits 189 The Recipe-Code 190 Testing the Recipe 192 Notes on the Recipe 192 Conclusion 195 Chapter 21: Getting Started with JMS in Clojure 197 Assumptions 197 Benefits 197 The Recipe-Code 197 Testing the Recipe 200 Notes on the Recipe 200 Conclusion 201 Chapter 22: Integrating Storm and JMS 203 Assumptions 203 Benefits 203 The Recipe-Code 203 Testing the Recipe 213 Notes on the Recipe 213 Conclusion 215 Chapter 23: A CSV Reader 217 Assumptions 217 Benefits 217 The Recipe-Code 217 Testing the Solution 219 Notes on the Recipe 219 Conclusion 220 Chapter 24: Detecting Errors with a Log Monitoring Application 221 Assumptions 221 Benefits 221 The Recipe-Code 221 Testing the Solution 223 Notes on the Recipe 223 Conclusion 224 Chapter 25: Bundling Clojure as an Ant Plug-in 225 Assumptions 225 Benefits 225 The Recipe-Code 225 Testing the Recipe 227 Notes on the Recipe 228 Conclusion 228 Postscript-Installing Ant on a Mac 229 Chapter 26: Bundling Clojure as a Maven Plug-in 231 Assumptions 231 Benefits 231 The Recipe-Code 231 Testing the Recipe 239 Notes on the Recipe 240 Conclusion 240 Chapter 27: Integrating Clojure by Scripting Web Tests 241 Assumptions 241 Benefits 241 The Recipe-Code 241 Testing the Recipe 242 Notes on the Recipe 243 Conclusion 243 Chapter 28: Monitoring Availability with a Website Status Checker 245 Assumptions 245 Benefits 245 The Recipe-Code 246 Testing the Recipe 247 Notes on the Recipe 249 Conclusion 249 Appendix A: Debugging Macros 251 Assumptions 251 Benefits 251 The Recipe 251 Conclusion 259 Index 261
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