Datomisca: a Scala API for Datomic
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Datomisca, embrace Datomic the Scala way

A Scala API for Datomic

Please go to Datomisca website for full description of the project and its features, as well as a guide for getting started and samples!

The philosophy of Datomisca in a nutshell

Datomic principles, without compromise

Datomisca is a thin layer around Datomic aimed at exposing Datomic’s functionality and leveraging its full power.

Datomic features with a Scala flavor

Datomisca uses Scala concepts to enhance the Datomic experience for Scala developers:

  • Type safety,
  • Asynchronicity & non-blocking patterns,
  • Advanced functional programming
  • Compile-time enhancement with Scala 2.10 macros