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<h1>Welcome to Ministache!</h1>
<p>This is an extremely mini <a class="external" href="">Moustache</a> application used to test my <a class="external" href="">clj-webdriver</a> project. I've tried using other websites, but I'd rather not have an external dependency and no one site I've found sports all of the form elements needed for testing.</p>
The pages (in order of creation) are:
<ol id="pages">
<li class="first odd">welcome.html</li>
<li class="even">form.html</li>
<li class="last odd">clojure.html</li>
And in tabular form:
<table id="pages-table" border="1">
<th>File's Name</th>
<th>Purpose of "File"</th>
<td>welcome.html (row 1, cell 1)</td>
<td>Introduction, test generic HTML elements (row 1, cell 2)</td>
<td>form.html (row 2, cell 1)</td>
<td>Test HTML form elements (row 2, cell 2)</td>
<td>clojure.html (row 3, cell 1)</td>
<td>Test window handling (row 3, cell 2)</td>
<p>By the way, Clojure <a href="/clojure" target="_blank">is amazing!</a> for the following reasons:</p>
<ul id="clojure-reasons">
<li>It's fun (<em>really</em> fun)</li>
<li>It's a Lisp</li>
<li>It's simple (thanks Lisp, see <a href="">Stuart</a> for more details)
<li>It's hosted on the JVM and has excellent interop</li>
<li>It encourages a functional style of programming</li>
<li>It has reference data types with easy-to-use, built-in concurrency semantics</li>
<li>It has a Sequence API that allows you to work with collections at a higher level of abstraction</li>
<li>It encourages tactical use of laziness in evaluation</li>
<li>There's a bunch of people smarter than you or me working on it</li>
<p>Enjoy! See the links below.</p>
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