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souenzzo01:10:28

A small lib that generates a query from a pattern https://github.com/souenzzo/eav-pull

fmjrey05:10:22

Thanks! What's the main intent, is it to simplify querying, or to help with dynamic queries, e.g. resolving graphql queries?

souenzzo12:10:06

In my "framework" after pull data from db, i turn all maps into E A V then put it in a #clara engine that generate new facts, then build again in into maps So this simplify my work. I think that it can evolve to talk with client side db like #datascript or #fulcro

practicalli12:10:36

Clojure beats Kotlin, Groovy, Scala in this survey for principal JVM language https://snyk.io/blog/jvm-ecosystem-report-2018

eggsyntax13:10:35

"8 in 10 use Java 8 in production" is higher than I'd expected.

miro13:10:58

@U077BEWNQ also higher than I expected but for me it is reassuring that I am not the only one who sticks with 8... somehow 9&10 did not bring enough to make me upgrade yet. Modules in 9 were major disappointment for me. In 10 I like graal but imho it will need some time to mature.

eggsyntax13:10:56

Yeah, post-8 releases have been a bit underwhelming.

orestis14:10:21

For anyone wondering, ~10000 participants. So 3% = 300 Clojure users filled this in.

martinklepsch14:10:17

For anyone who still wants to use clj-http-lite I put up a fork and did some housekeeping (CI setup, Java 10 compatibility): https://github.com/martinklepsch/clj-http-lite — available as

[org.martinklepsch/clj-http-lite "0.4.1"]

taylor14:10:50

thanks for this! I used the original for a GraalVM native image recently — I'll try it again with this version

souenzzo15:10:19

I love this "zero" deps rewrites 🙂

tony.kay22:10:14

Fulcro Developer’s Guide has a new security chapter describing steps for securing both normal and websocket-based networking. http://book.fulcrologic.com/#Security