You can also try ClojureScript at Himera. Next steps:
- For a detailed introduction to Clojure, Mark Volkmann's Tutorial
- To practice, 4Clojure: Fill-in-the-blank exercises from beginning to advanced. Click on one of the 'title' links to do a problem
- If you want an easily installable editor and REPL, try Clooj
- Install Leiningen and read the tutorial.
You'll need Lein to build programs and run them at the command line, and also to use Clojure libraries.
- If you need a more powerful development environment (with a learning curve to match), try Emacs, the choice of many experienced Clojurians.
- If you want a standard IDE, there are plugins for Eclipse ( named CounterClockWise ) and IntelliJ ( named LaClojure ), among others.
- debugging with JSwat
- If you want a hosting platform, CloudBees has a quick start for build and deployment of Clojure applications.
- Build websites with Noir; also check out Noir's collection of web programming tutorials
- Check out ClojureScript One to get started using ClojureScript client-side; you may also want to look at Enfocus and fetch
- You can create desktop software with Seesaw
- Statistics and graphing: Incanter
- Music synthesis: Overtone
- Logic programming with core.logic (tutorials here and here )
- API documentation organized by functionality
- For a complete listing of Clojure tools, look here
- Getting Started is community-maintained. If you are a member, feel free to update or add (tested, correct) instructions to any of these pages. If you are not a member feel free to send suggestions (or edits in HTML or markdown) to Chris Redinger (Email chris at thinkrelevance.com).