The HTML problem domain has quite a unique collection of Clojure libraries that can make working with HTML feel like a different language altogether. Many Clojure HTML DSLs and libraries often just generate code based on native Clojure data types; in the process, it reminds us all how writing HTML directly can give us a headache. We'll compare some Clojure HTML libraries and see how these tools can help reduce development time.
The following is a basic HTML form that accepts four inputs. These four inputs are username, e-mail, a checkbox, and a submit button. This form will make a HTTP
POST method to the location
"/guestbook". The submit button in this form also displays
"Submit Form" instead of the default
"Submit" value. ...