This sample demonstrates using a ByteBuffer as a response body. For large response amidst a high number of concurrent connections, using NIO (via a ByteBuffer or ReadableByteChannel) can increase your app's performance.
- Start the application:
- Go to localhost:8080 to see:
- Read your app's source code at src/nio/service.clj. Explore the docs of functions that define routes and responses.
- Run your app's tests with
lein test. Read the tests at test/nio/service_test.clj.
- Learn more! See the Links section below.
lein run-dev automatically detects code changes. Alternatively, you can run in production mode
To configure logging see config/logback.xml. By default, the app logs to stdout and logs/. To learn more about configuring Logback, read its documentation.
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