Using CouchDB with Clojure

Supporting libraries make accessing CouchDB from Clojure a compelling choice

From the developerWorks archives

Ryan Senior

Date archived: December 19, 2016 | First published: February 22, 2011

This article shows how to access the CouchDB APIs using Clojure, a dynamic language for the JVM. Examples use the Clutch API and clj-http library in parallel to illustrate a higher-level CouchDB API and lower-level REST-based calls, respectively. The article will help the novice Clojure developer who wants to use CouchDB, and anyone interested in CouchDB's underlying REST APIs.

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