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Web Development with Clojure by Dmitri Sotnikov

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What You’ve Learned

In this chapter we looked at how the Clojure web stack is structured and at some of the commonly used libraries. We covered the interaction between Ring, Compojure, and lib-noir by seeing the interplay between these libraries when accomplishing tasks such as input validation and session management.

Hopefully, you’re now comfortable reading and understanding the code in the guestbook project we created in Chapter 1, Getting Your Feet Wet. If this isn’t the case, I urge you to reread this chapter and try the examples yourself using the REPL environment we set up. Finally, if you haven’t already done so, take this opportunity to integrate the examples from this chapter into your guestbook application.

In the next chapter, ...

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