cl-weblocks is a continuation-based web framework written in Common Lisp. See its project page at and its demo.

Evaluation, 20100901

A very brief assessment of all web frameworks listed in cliki was carried out in September 2010. This assessment comprised: check websites, download source if available, attempt to compile, review documentation.

The review found that cl-weblocks had a polished installer, and after installation was easy to start working with. Documentation was limited but what there was was well presented. It was the most promising of the frameworks reviewed, definitely worth investigating further.

Reblocks ongoing work, 2017

A Lisp hacker has started to work on Weblocks. We can see a working quickstart for a todo-mvc app, a changelog, an app being constructed and a (closed-source) website of russians fairy-tales.