Still, getting started was somewhat difficult due to the number of options in tooling and uneven documentation and learning resources.
Here's a video that shows how I use Emacs for ClojureScript development but the focus of the video is on how to get started with ClojureScript and Emacs takes a back seat other than an example of my workflow.
I was thinking about also making the following ClojureScript videos if the communities find value in them and I have time:
- How to create reusable components like an input field with label.
- Creating a simple Electron app using shadow-cljs.
- Creating something with both server side and client side.
- Also open to suggestions
I don't pretend to be a cljs or webdev master so please let me know if I'm doing anything horribly wrong and let me know if you want more.
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