For newcomers to the Clojure language it can be quite a daunting task to put together a real Clojure application from scratch.
That’s why we’ve done this initial step for you and creating a project that you can learn from and build upon.
This isn’t merely a toy application. Edge represents JUXT’s latest thinking on the baseline architecture which we use for our own professional Clojure projects. The name is taken from Datum edge.
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