Lisp Web Tales

by Pavel Penev

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Book Description

The book is a set of tutorials and examples. It uses the Common Lisp language and some of the libraries we'll be using for the examples and tutorials include:
- The hunchentoot web server
- The Restas web framework
- The SEXML library for outputting XML and HTML
- Closure-template for HTML templating
- Postmodern for PostgreSQL access, and cl-reddis as a simple datastore
- Various utilities

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY-NC-SA). You can download Lisp Web Tales ebook for free in PDF format (1.3 MB).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1
The basics
Chapter 2
Setting up a project
Chapter 3
HTML generation and templating
Chapter 4
Putting it together: Updated blog example
Chapter 5
Persistence part I: PostgreSQL
Chapter 6
Persistence part II: The UI
Chapter 7
Persistence part III: Redis
Chapter 8
Modules as reusable components part I: restas-directory-publisher
Chapter 9
Modules as reusable components part II: Implementing a reusable module

Book Details

Computer Science
PDF Size
1.3 MB

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