Clog – The Common Lisp Omnificent GUI

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    Does anyone know of a common lisp library similar to R's shiny? It provideas a simple way to define the UI elements and how they intereact with the user's actions:

    At some point I thought about porting the first release of shiny, which was relatively simple, and keep adding features but I realized that there is a lot of code in the javascript/browser side and I would never find my way around it.

    The most relevant thing I found was this clojure(script) reactive web framework from Kenny Tilton:

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