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This talk will cover the basics of Garden, give a comparison with other pre and post processors, and discuss Garden's future and Ernestas' experiences.
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.
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Garden: CSS in Clojure and ClojureScript
Ernestas has been programming since 2006. SICP book led him to Clojure and he has been fighting the complexity ever since. Currently writes code at JUXT.