My Clojure, MongoDB, Ring, and Compojure development setup

I wrote a few days ago about my Clojure and Compojure setup that automatically reloads modified files while I am developing. I have added support for accessing MongoDB using the congomongo library. My new project.clj file:
(defproject kbsportal "0.1.0"
:description "test using Compojure for KBSportal.com"
:dependencies
[[compojure "0.4.0-SNAPSHOT"]
[ring/ring-devel "0.2.0-RC2"]
[ring/ring-httpcore-adapter "0.2.0-RC2"]
[ring/ring-jetty-adapter "0.2.0-RC2"]
[ring/ring-servlet "0.2.0-RC2"]
[org.clojars.liebke/congomongo "1.0.0"]]
:main kbsportal)
My Compojure setup file kbsportal.clj:
(ns kbsportal
(:use compojure.core
ring.adapter.jetty)
(:use ring.middleware.reload)
(:use ring.middleware.stacktrace)
(:use somnium.congomongo)
(:use mongo)
(:use nlp))

;; set up test use of congomongo + MongoDB:
(mongo!
:db "notes", :host "127.0.0.1") ; notes contain title, content, and words

(defroutes test-routes
(GET "/" []
(str "<h1>Hello World" (foo) "</h1>"
(get-all-notes)))
(ANY "*" []
{:status 404, :body "<h1>Page not found</h1>"}))

(def app
(-> (var test-routes)
(wrap-reload '(kbsportal))
(wrap-reload '(nlp))
(wrap-reload '(mongo))
(wrap-stacktrace)))

(defn dev []
(run-jetty #'app {:port 8080}))
The example file nlp.clj has not changed since my previous blog, and here is the source file mongo.clj for reading all notes from an existing MongoDB data store:
(ns mongo
(:use somnium.congomongo))

;; expect notes to contain :title and :content
(defn get-all-notes []
(let [notes (fetch :notes :only [:title :content])]
(apply
str
(for [note notes]
(str "<b>" (:title note) "</b> " (:content note) "<br/>")))))
Please refer to my previous blog for directions for running this.

Comments

  1. How did you add the first notes to your db to test the output? Just connect to the running mongodb and add them on the console interface?

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