Implementing a blog in Common Lisp
Update: Unfortunately, the Hunchentoot API seems to have been changed since this was written, so it'll probably not work anymore. (2010-03-28)
This tutorial shows how a blog can easily be implemented in Common
Lisp, using a few frameworks. Installing these frameworks is not
covered, and neither are details on getting Common Lisp
implementation up and running.
- Part 1 - Shows how data can be stored persistently, and how HTML pages can be generated and served to the end-user.
- Part 2 - Here we expand the code from the first part of the tutorial with functionality for showing each blog post on a separate page, and an interface for editing them.
- Part 3 - This part wraps up the tutorial by fixing some outstanding issues, such as creating a new blog post, outputting HTML, HTTP authorization and packaging.