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Sente is a small client+server library that makes it easy to build reliable, high-performance realtime web applications with Clojure + ClojureScript.Sen-te (先手) is a Japanese Go term used to describe a play with such an overwhelming follow-up that it demands an immediate response, leaving its player with the initiative.
A logic programming library for Clojure & ClojureScript. core.logic offers Prolog-like relational programming, constraint logic programming, and nominal logic programming for Clojure. At its heart is an original implementation of miniKanren as described in William Byrd's dissertation Relational Programming in miniKanren: Techniques, Applications, and Implementations as well as the extensions described in cKanren and αKanren. It is designed to be easily extended to forms of logic programming beyond the ones provided.
Rosetta is a Django application that eases the translation process of your Django projects. Because it doesn't export any models, Rosetta doesn't create any tables in your project's database. Rosetta can be installed and uninstalled by simply adding and removing a single entry in your project's INSTALLED_APPS and a single line in your main urls.py file.
Weblate is a free web-based translation tool with tight version control integration. It features simple and clean user interface, propagation of translations across components within a project, quality checks and automatic linking to source files. Weblate has its website at https://weblate.org/.
Garden is a library for rendering CSS in Clojure and ClojureScript. Conceptually similar to Hiccup, it uses vectors to represent rules and maps to represent declarations. It is designed for stylesheet authors who are interested in what's possible when you trade a preprocessor for a programming language. Garden 1.2.5 and below requires Clojure 1.6.0 and is known to work with ClojureScript 0.0-2342. However, starting with Garden 1.3.0 Garden requires Clojure 1.7 and ClojureScript 1.7.x to leverage a unified syntax with reader conditionals, and other major changes in the compiler and repl in Clojurescript.
Usually, programs are written and documented in English, and use English at execution time for interacting with users. Using a common language is quite handy for communication between developers, maintainers and users from all countries. GNU `gettext' is an important step for the GNU Translation Project.
An immutable in-memory database and Datalog query engine in Clojure and ClojureScript. DataScript is meant to run inside the browser. It is cheap to create, quick to query and ephemeral. You create a database on page load, put some data in it, track changes, do queries and forget about it when the user closes the page.
cljs-ajax exposes the same interface (where useful) in both Clojure and ClojureScript. On ClojureScript it operates as a wrapper around goog.net.XhrIo or js/XmlHttpRequest, while on the JVM it's a wrapper around the Apache HttpAsyncClient library. In addition to this document, there's an FAQ, a change log and a contribution document. Furthermore, there is detailed documentation on specific features and design advice in the docs folder.
Getting value out of Chestnut? Consider making a small donation. Chestnut is a Clojure/ClojureScript application template. It takes the pain out of getting a working ClojureScript setup with live reloading plus a browser connected REPL.
A translation tools suite for Computer-Aided Translation / Computer-Assisted Translation (CAT). A translation processor with translation memory, machine translation and project support, bitext aligner/converter, TMX validator, and others.
Lightweight simple translation module with dynamic json storage. Supports plain vanilla node.js apps and should work with any framework (like express, restify and probably more) that exposes an app.use() method passing in res and req objects. Uses common __('...') syntax in app and templates. Stores language files in json files compatible to webtranslateit json format. Adds new strings on-the-fly when first used in your app. No extra parsing needed.now you are ready to use a global i18n.__('Hello').
With this translation model you will be able to manage your translation, and add new translations or languages through it. To load I18n::Backend::ActiveRecord into your Rails application, create a new file in config/initializers named locale.rb.