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Last updated : May 22, 2013
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May 2013
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ClojureScript illustrates just how cross-platform the core of Clojure really is: they ported the primary parts to run on JavaScript. It is missing some of the whizzbang features of Clojure on the JVM and CLR, like software transactional memory, but has a surprisingly high fidelity with its more sophisticated cousins. One interesting option afforded by ClojureScript is the ability to send data structures à la JSON using ClojureScript as the data structure. Because Clojure is a Lisp, this means that you can also send “real” code.
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Published : Mar 16, 2012

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