Discover the joy of ClojureScript for building single page applications, complex UI's, lightweight services and server side web applications. Design approaches common to ClojureScript & React will be covered along the way.
Projects covered here focus on the Figwheel-main development tool, the reagent library for react.js style applications, hiccup syntax for html content and ClojureScript code.
Practicalli Landing page ClojureBridgeLondon
Practicalli Clojure install instructions to set up a Clojure environment. ClojureScript tools depend on Clojure and Java, although there are self-hosted environments.
A Clojure aware editor is highly recommend along with web browser development tools to provide even greater feedback from the running application.
Need tight integration with npm?
Follow the shadow-cljs documentation carefully and in detail for a smooth experience. Ensure the project runs on the command line first, before trying to run the project from an editor. Also check the documentation for specific configuration to ensure your chosen editor will work correctly with shadow-cljs
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The most relevant content includes the TicTacToe game with ClojureScript, Reagent and Scalable Vector Graphics, the Practicalli ClojureScript YouTube playlist and building ClojureScript websites.
- figwheel-main - instant feedback for ClojureScript development
- figwheel-main project template - quickly create a figwheel-main based ClojureScript project