Pedestal is a web application framework written in Clojure that aims to bring both the language and its principles (Simplicity, Power and Focus) to client and server-side development.
Starting a new project
# To create a new client-side application: lein new pedestal-app the-next-big-thing # To create a new service: lein new pedestal-service the-next-big-server-side-thing
See documentation for information on Pedestal concepts and advice on getting started.
Our primary focus for the near future is Pedestal documentation, sample applications and improving general ease of use.
- Pedestal documentation: overview of Pedestal concepts and advice on getting started.
- API Docs: generate literate-programming-style API docs by following the "What about API Documentation?" instructions in the Pedestal Overview.
At present Pedestal supports OSX and Linux environments. At this time we do not support using Pedestal on a Windows environment.
Some good news: We will still gladly accept pull requests extending our Windows support
The bad news: We will not invest significant amounts of time into diagnosing or correcting Windows issues.
Find out more
See CONTRIBUTING.md for details on contributing to Pedestal.
To install Pedestal library components in your local Maven repository run
lein sub install from a local checkout of this repository.
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