cfmljure - using Clojure with CFML (Active)
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cfmljure encapsulates the Clojure runtime so that you can load Clojure projects, get references to Clojure functions and call Clojure code from CFML code. This allows you to write applications that use CFML for the front end and Clojure for the back end, providing access to a very powerful dynamic functional programming language for the JVM. Functional programming focus on immutable data structures and 'pure' functions to provide data transformations. This allows for easier testing as well as provability.
cfmljure on github: http://github.com/framework-one/cfmljure
cfmljure mailing list: http://groups.google.com/group/cfmljure
Recent Blog Entries:
Lucee and FW/1
FW/1 & Clojure Sitting in Tree
Cfmljure Release 0.1.0
New FW/1 - Framework One - Organization on Github
FW/1 Comes to Clojure
Release 0.2.1 fixes an edge case bug with symbol lookup and includes some performance optimizations that reduce the overhead of cfmljure by about 10% in typical use cases (on Lucee - not yet benchmarked on ACF or Railo).
As of release 0.1.1, cfmljure supports Adobe ColdFusion 11, Lucee 4.5, and Railo 4.2.
Fully supports Lucee 4.5 and Railo 4.2. Also supports Adobe ColdFusion 11 thanks to Andrew Myers!
This project has an external bug tracker. You can find it here:
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