snout is a library for doing client-side route-matching (like Clout's) in ClojureScript.
Simply add this to your leiningen deps:
The documentation can be found here: http://eduardoejp.github.com/snout/
Currently the library is divided into 2 namespaces:
core: It's where the history object resides, along with the matching functionality and fns for getting and setting the current token (i.e. URL fragment identifier).
macros: It's where the defroute macro resides.
(ns my.ns (:require [snout.core :as snout]) (:use-macros [snout.macros :only [defroute]])) ; This route would match /my/route/clojure?arg2=clj&arg3=cljs (defroute "/my/route/:arg1" [arg1 arg2 arg3] (js/alert (str "It works!: " (pr-str arg1 arg2 arg3)))) ; Let's test it! (snout/set-token! "/my/route/clojure?arg2=clj&arg3=cljs") ; And we can also get the current token... (def tok (snout/get-token))