Lisp for the Web - 5

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  • caveman

    Lightweight web application framework for Common Lisp.

    Hence I chose Caveman for this project. After having been played around with and without Caveman for building web applications in Common Lisp, I found that it is the best framework out there for developing web apps in Lisp. Caveman is a lightweight web application framework created by Eitaro Fukamachi for Common lisp. Fukamachi has got some serious tools for doing web development in Lisp. Please feel free to check out his Github profile for more useful tools.

  • lisp-for-the-web

    Code for lisp for the web post

    {% extends "layouts/default.html" %} {% block title %}Lisp for the web{% endblock %} {% block content %} id="main"> Lisp for the Web href="/">Home href="/about">About Source Code: href="https://github.com/rajasegar/lisp-for-the-web">Github

  • Scout APM

    Less time debugging, more time building. Scout APM allows you to find and fix performance issues with no hassle. Now with error monitoring and external services monitoring, Scout is a developer's best friend when it comes to application development.

  • heroku-buildpack-roswell

    Heroku Roswell Buildpack

    heroku apps:create my-awesome-app --buildpack https://github.com/gos-k/heroku-buildpack-roswell

  • clack

    Web server abstraction layer for Common Lisp (by fukamachi)

    Clack is a web server abstraction layer for Common Lisp inspired by Python's WSGI and Ruby's Rack. Clack provides a script to start a web server. It's useful when you deploy to production environment.

  • GNU Emacs

    Mirror of GNU Emacs

    Next comes our editor which is Emacs. Emacs is an extensible, customizable and free text editor, which is, at its core, an interpreter for Emacs Lisp. So what this basically means is that, it has got built in support for editing Lisp code. You can go to their website and follow the instructions for installing on various operating systems and platforms. Emacs has also got a ton of awesome stuff like org-mode, a built-in file explorer called dired and so on. It is an operating system within itself.

  • github-orgmode-tests

    This is a test project where you can explore how github interprets Org-mode files

    Next comes our editor which is Emacs. Emacs is an extensible, customizable and free text editor, which is, at its core, an interpreter for Emacs Lisp. So what this basically means is that, it has got built in support for editing Lisp code. You can go to their website and follow the instructions for installing on various operating systems and platforms. Emacs has also got a ton of awesome stuff like org-mode, a built-in file explorer called dired and so on. It is an operating system within itself.

  • slime

    The Superior Lisp Interaction Mode for Emacs

    SLIME is a Emacs mode for Common Lisp development. It is an environment for hacking Common Lisp. It has got a Common Lisp debugger, REPL (Read-Eval-Print-Loop) which is written in Emacs Lisp for tighter integration with Emacs and an interactive object-inspector. So this is a must have addon for Emacs if you are interested in doing serious Lisp. Once you installed Emacs, you can install slime with M-x package-install\ and then type slime\ and press Enter. You can also refer to the Quick setup instructions on their github README to quickly configure SLIME.

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