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    Nov 16, 2016


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    Tom Coupland
    @oracle
    Bristol, UK

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    yada

    yada is a web library for Clojure, designed to support the creation of production services via HTTP.

    It has the following features:

    • Standards-based, comprehensive HTTP coverage (content negotiation, conditional requests, etc.)
    • Parameter validation and coercion, automatic Swagger support
    • Rich extensibility (methods, mime-types, security and more)
    • Asynchronous, efficient interceptor-chain design built on manifold
    • Excellent performance, suitable for heavy production workloads

    yada is a sibling library to bidi - whereas bidi is based on routes as data, yada is based on resources as data.

    The user-manual for the latest (1.1.x) release is available at https://juxt.pro/yada and offline (see below).

    The user-manual is also available as an e-book or PDF, at Leanpub.

    Installation

    Add the following dependency to your project.clj file

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    Create a yada handler

    Typically, yada handlers are created from a configuation expressed in data.

    (require '[yada.yada :as yada])
    
    (yada/handler
      {:methods
        {:get
          {:produces "text/html"
           :response "<h1>Hello World!</h1>"}}})
    

    This is a simple example, there are a lot more options in yada than can be expressed here, but the approach is the same. The data configuration can be hand-authored, or generated programmatically leading enabling creation of consisntent APIs at an industrial scale.

    Dependencies

    yada requires the following :-

    • a Java JDK/JRE installation, version 8 or above
    • Clojure 1.8.0
    • Aleph 0.4.1 (provided via a dependency)
    • bidi 2.0.9 or above

    A project using yada will need to bring in aleph, and optionally bidi.

    [aleph "0.4.1"]
    [bidi "2.0.9"]
    

    Support for other web-severs, such as undertow, are on the road-map.

    Running documentation and examples offline

    Although yada is a library, if you clone this repo you can run the documentation and examples from the REPL.

    cd yada
    lein repl
    

    Once the REPL starts, type in and run the following :-

    user> (dev)
    dev> (go)
    

    Now browse to http://localhost:8090.

    Troubleshooting FAQ

    Q. I’m migrating from a version before yada 1.1 and my async multipart and other uploads are not working, sometimes throwing NullPointerExceptions or other errors.

    A. Either use yada’s built-in yada.server function or make sure you have started aleph’s server with the option raw-stream? :true. Previous versions of yada left these settings up to the user but it’s very important in yada 1.1 that raw-stream? is set.

    Support

    yadarians mostly chat in the Slack channel plus there is also a dedicated Gitter channel channel

    Join the chat at https://gitter.im/juxt/yada

    Also, there is a discussion group yada-discuss to discuss ideas.

    Contributing

    Feel free to raise GitHub issues on this repository.

    Pull requests are welcome. Please run the test suite and check that all tests pass prior to submission.

    $ lein test
    

    Acknowledgments

    Thanks to the following people for inspiration, contributions, feedback and suggestions.

    • Malcolm Sparks
    • Martin Trojer
    • Philipp Meier
    • David Thomas Hume
    • Zach Tellman
    • Stijn Opheide
    • Frankie Sardo
    • Jon Pither
    • Håkan Råberg
    • Ernestas Lisauskas
    • Thomas van der Veen
    • Leandro Demartini
    • Craig McCraig of the clan McCraig
    • Imre Kószó
    • Luo Tian
    • Joshua Griffith
    • Joseph Fahey
    • David Smith
    • Mike Fikes
    • Brian Olsen
    • Stanislas Nanchen
    • Nicolas Ha
    • Eric Fode
    • Leon Mergen
    • Greg Look
    • Tom Coupland
    • Mikkel Gravgaard
    • Lucas Lago

    Also, see the dependency list. In particular, yada would certainly not exist without the considerable efforts of those behind the following libraries.

    • Manifold & Aleph - Zach Tellman
    • Prismatic Schema - Jason Wolfe (and others)
    • Ring-swagger - Tommi Riemann (and others)

    Copyright & License

    The MIT License (MIT)

    Copyright © 2015-2016 JUXT LTD.

    Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the “Software”), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

    The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

    THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS”, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.