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cl-ajax
Created by bumbum on: Fri, 19 May 2006 07:24:08 GMT, Last modification: Fri, 19 May 2006 07:24:08 GMT

CL-AJAX is Richard Newman's Common Lisp library to allow for remote invocation of functions through Javascript.
Quoting John Wiseman's writeup:
... lets you use Lisp to leverage the XMLHttpRequest/Ajax technique that's used to such good effect in Flickr, Google Suggest and Google Maps to create real-time interactivity without page loads.

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MaturityExperimental
OS compatibilityThis code has been tested on OpenMCL 0.14.3, SBCL 0.9.4, LispWorks Personal 4.3 on Mac OS 10.4.3, Allegro CL 7, and ABCL.
ASDF installableYes
Official Downloadhttp://www.holygoat.co.uk/projects/cl-ajax/cl-ajax.tar.gz
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CL-AJAX is Richard Newman's Common Lisp library to allow for remote invocation of functions through Javascript. Quoting John Wiseman's writeup: ... lets you use Lisp to leverage the XMLHttpRequest/Ajax technique that's used to such good effect in Flickr, Google Suggest and Google Maps to create real-time interactivity without page loads. CL-AJAX is designed for use with Araneida, providing a handler to vend exported functions over HTTP. It also generates the Javascript for you to call, returning the values to a callback of your choice, and includes some useful JS to do common callback handling (e.g. replacing an XHTML element by its ID with a new one from the server). CL-AJAX is heavily inspired by ModernMethod's SAJAX, a PHP (originally) and now multi-language library to call server-side functions from client Javascript using XMLHttpRequests. The backends seem slightly different, but getting them to work together wouldn't be too much effort... I think..! A mini tutorial can be found at holygoat. A mini tutorial can be found here: http://www.holygoat.co.uk/blog/entry/2005-03-08-4

Compatible Implementations

Armed Bear Common Lisp | Allegro Common Lisp | SBCL | OpenMCL | LispWorks

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Unix family | MacOS classic | Web Framework | Web Development | Common Lisp | Software | Libraries | ASDF installable

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