The financial website Clippy is using Clojure to build an API server and is also leveraging some of the Clojure community’s best ideas.
Clippy uses Clojure’s built-in functions for HTTP requests and responses.
It is built on top of the JVM and uses the http library, which is open source.
Clipper also uses a Clojure core library for concurrency and concurrency tests.
Clojure for web servers is not just for Clojure users, it is a must-have for web developers and developers with a strong programming background.
Clojure’s great community support and community of contributors makes Clojure great for anything that needs concurrency.
Clojure is easy to learn and to learn quickly, and it is incredibly powerful.
You can find a great introductory video from Clippy to learn Clojure.
Clojure on Github, the Clojure repository for the internet, is also available for easy installation and usage.
You will also want to check out the Clippy source code and other resources on GitHub.
The Clojure community is big, and there are a ton of great projects out there.
If you are looking to learn more about Clojure, start by looking at these resources.
If it’s something you are already doing, check out this list of tips for writing Clojure code that is more maintainable.