This is a walkthrough of using enlive templates in clojure to populate an html page with a table of data.
This is the reference html as supplied by a web designer, the web designer is a very grumpy man and is insisting that you mustn’t change a line of his html or it will break when viewed with Lynx or IE 4.
I’ve been playing around with Android development recently, and one of the apps is now worth sharing with everyone else. It’s not particularly complex, but last I looked, there wasn’t an app to do this: tell me what my postcode is. Given you’re holding a phone that knows where it is, and that can talk to the web where there are various services that will tell you what the postcode is for a given location, why not tie these things together? So, I built a little app that does all of this. It looks like the screenshot to the right, and that QR code you see is the market link to download it, or read on for more details about the development of it.
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