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CardiganBay allows you to embed ClojureLanguage code.

Including embedding a Clojure "workspace" to write code interactively, within a page.

I haven't featured this much on ThoughtStorms before because ThoughtStorms is a public facing site, exported as static html pages.

And until now, these workspaces haven't actually worked in that context.

Until now ...

Now I'm adding a Scittle/SmallClojureInterpreter dependency to ThoughtStorms, which allows these workspaces to be active.

Below is a simple example. Some very trivial code which can be run within the static page on ThoughtStorms.


See TwitterChopper for a simple, useful tool built in a workspace.

See more on CardiganBayWorkspacePublishing

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