Programming for the web in Clojure isn't hard, but with layers of abstraction you can easily lose track of what is going on. In this talk, we'll dig deep into Ring, the request/response library that most Clojure web programming is based on. We'll see exactly what a Ring handler is and look at the middleware abstraction in depth. We'll then take this knowledge and deconstruct the Compojure routing framework to understand precisely how your web application responds to request. At the end of the talk you should thoroughly understand everything that happens in the request/response stack and be able to customize your web application stack with confidence.
Updated for Houston Clojure Meetup 2/28/14
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