Another thing worth thinking about is that Cojure(script) is great for pure
front-end applications ("single page applications"). The reagent library is a
scarily magical way of just abstracting away the dom, and figwheel is a scarily
effective build tool. This template is a convenient way to get started:
https://github.com/reagent-project/reagent-frontend-template. I actually built
a static site using reagent once, hard-coding the content into the
clojurescript for shits and giggles gowder.io), but that's pretty stupid. :-)
If you don't need to do anything heavy server-side, reagent might be a good
starting point, and then no need to think about things like webservers and
databases and routing.
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