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Learning ClojureScript by Allen Rohner, Rafik Naccache, W. David Jarvis

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Concurrent design patterns using core.async

Like its host language, JavaScript, and its parent language, Clojure, ClojureScript has a rich set of concurrency-oriented design patterns that are available to developers by default. In ClojureScript's case, these design patterns are heavily event-driven as an asynchronous event/message queue is the default concurrency model of JavaScript. However, it also has access to CSP-style concurrency software design primitives and options through the use of the powerful core.async library, which has been available for both Clojure and ClojureScript since mid-2013.

In this section, we'll review what these different concurrency models look like and learn how we can use core.async to author programs that are easier ...

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