Wrapping Up

Immutant is a very different kind of framework compared to the others in this book. It goes well beyond what web frameworks typically offer and is packed with enterprise features like distributed caching, message queues, scheduled jobs, and clustering. It also has a few unique features, such as its support for polyglot programming with overlays and its leverage of Clojure’s dynamic interactivity.

Modern web apps often make use of caching and messaging, but they resort to third-party services or gluing together several tools to get them. Immutant drastically simplifies these features by fully integrating them and ensuring they work seamlessly together as a whole. This will keep you focused on your application logic instead of ...

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