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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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Discover Tarantool's unique features which include powerful stored procedures, SQL support, smart cache, and the speed of 1 million ACID transactions on a single CPU core!

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.


Discover Tarantool's unique features such as powerful stored procedures, SQL support, smart cache, and the speed of 1 million ACID transactions on a single CPU.

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