Credits: Google Common Lisp Style Guide, Emacs 21.2 Manual, Strandh’s Tutorial on Indentation, Rainer Joswig, ACow_Adonis, following Reddit users: defunkydrummer, lispm, KaranasToll, kazkylheku, theangreymacsshibe, xach, zulu-inoe
Lisp is infamous for its reliance on parentheses
( ) to delimit code and is notorious for being difficult to read because of this. As many experienced lisp programmers have pointed out, and as this article will hopefully show, properly indented code makes reading lisp much easier and the parentheses disappear into the background.
In this article, we will discuss some basic concepts for formatting Lisp code and I will share with you my personal notes, as a professional designer of presentations and reports. …
Today I want to share with you (and the future me, when I inevitably forget what I did) some notes on how to set up a simple browser-based application that is linked to a database that allows you to Create, Read, Update and Delete records of information.
There is quite a bit of information below. Eyeball through the sections to get an idea for the structure of the tutorial and then skip through the sections that you want to use.
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Web Apps run in our browsers and can run on nearly all platforms, making them an ideal format for reaching the widest possible audience without investing in maintaining specific versions for Apple, Windows, Linux and Mobile platforms. …