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Building a Single Page App With ClojureScript and Datomic

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Building a Single Page App With ClojureScript and Datomic

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Along with an incremental new release (highlights), Datomic also has a new use case that one blogger has found.  He used it to build an application called "torch."

torch is a source code analysis and visualization tool built on top of codeq… torch is currently a single-page browser application built in ClojureScript, and in this post, I’ll show how we leverage the power of Datomic from the browser using core.async and the Datomic REST API.

-- Ragnar Dahlen


Read on to get a good feel for the Datomic REST API and see how Datomic works in the browser.


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