Appendix A. Libraries
Hopefully, this book has helped you to understand the basics of ClojureScript and how it works. But in order to build a real ClojureScript application, you’ll need more than the basics. You’ll need to manipulate the DOM. You’ll need to send and receive AJAX requests and long-poll messages. You’ll need to do drawing and visualizations.
Additionally, despite the relative youth of ClojureScript, there is already a healthy crop of libraries designed not only to be compatible with ClojureScript, but to follow ClojureScript idioms and fit seamlessly into your application. Here, we will briefly introduce several of them to help give you an idea of the landscape.
ClojureScript’s Standard Library
Lots of things you might want to do are actually already included in
ClojureScript. There are many library namespaces available besides just
We covered the reader in Chapter 10. Unlike Clojure’s reader, the ClojureScript reader lives in a separate namespace.
Contains set manipulation functions such as
Contains a variety of useful string manipulation functions, including ...