Learn how to build robust REST API with Clojure by composing libraries including Reitit, Ring, Integrant, and next.jdbc.
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This course is hands-on. We build the thing and then we ship the thing. By the end of the course we'll have fully working, deployed, and secure API Service in Clojure.
The focus is on thematic units that are introduced gradually. You will never feel lost and you will always know how the things connect.
Understand how to build a web service , how to combine libraries into a cohesive unit. Comprehend in and outs and grasp how the things work together.
We are building Cheffy backend; AirBnB for Chefs—the frontend is build with re-frame. The service exposes Recipes, Conversations, and Accounts, everything documented with Swagger.
This allows us to CRUD recipes. Additionally recipes have steps and ingredients, which we'll also CRUD.
Conversations endpoints allows us to retrieve user conversations, list messages, and create a message.
Accounts endpoing will be handled via Auth0. We'll talk to Auth0 to store roles and obtain user information.
Our REST API service exposes multiple endpoints with JWT for Auth—backed by Auth0. Serving JSON, Transit (msgpack, json), or EDN from PostgreSQL, and is hosted on Heroku.
If you spend a few minutes with a Clojurist you will know that we prefer to compose libraries, instead of relying on frameworks.
Modern application development relies on services instead of trying to reinvent the wheel. We'll use Auth0 for Authentication and Heroku for hosting and PostgreSQL.
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Learn how to build robust REST API with Clojure by composing libraries, such as: Reitit, Ring, Integrant, next.jdbc and learning middleware pattern.
8h and 51m of high quality contnet
Learn Reitit and middleware pattern
Learn solid libraries used by the community
Build REST API with Clojure
Pay once, own it forever
The code has been reviewed by these Clojure experts.
Following this course you will learn idiomatic Clojure.
Programmer, clojurist and has-been it-architect. Creator of Reitit. Co-founder at @metosin.
Creator of Ring, Compojure, Hiccup, Integrant ... the list goes on and on. In general well rounded gent from the UK.
Veteran software architect, focusing on web / JVM / Clojure. Maintainer of clojure.jdbc and creator of next.jdbc.
Creator of shadow-cljs and other not so well documented libraries. Master of rants on ClojureVerse.
The focus is on Clojure and Reitit. During the course we will build RESTful API endpoints that serve JSON, Transit (msgpack, json), or EDN. Everything built with idiomatic Clojure code.
This course is purely about backend, if you are looking for frontend check learnreframe.com — build with ClojureScript and Re-frame.
No prior backend experience with Clojure expected. We'll cover everything in the course from setup to deployment. That said, you should, at least undersand how internet works—request and response.
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
If after watching a couple of first videos you are unsatisfied, get in touch—we we'll provide a full refund.
The course if few minutes shy of nine hours; 8h and 51m to be exact.
Yes, and it's better than a regular subscription. We have an option to spread the payments over multiple months and it will cancel automatically when you pay the whole amount. No more "forgotten" subscriptions on your credit card.
Yes! By buying this course you are supporting Open Source Projects. 10% of profits will be transferred to Clojurists Together to fund critical Clojure and ClojureScript open source projects. Additionally to that, we also support independent software developers working on Clojure projects.
Yes! The content of the course has been reviewed and approved by experts: Tommi Reiman (GitHub | Twitter), Thomas Heller (GitHub | Twitter), James Reeves (GitHub | Twitter), and Sean Corfield (GitHub | Twitter)
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