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bsima00:06:47

just avoided a dependency clash with codox using boot #success

zaffy16:06:20

Hi, I am looking to build a clj/cljs web app with postgres database using boot, reagent etc. Any pointers pls?

micha16:06:30

@zaffy: the boot README on github links to @magomimmo's excellent "Modern CLJS Tutorial"

micha16:06:08

that will take you through the entire process from soup to nuts, and introduce you to pretty much everything you could need as your application grows

zaffy16:06:27

thanks @micha I will take a look now

micha16:06:48

also @martinklepsch's tenzig project: https://github.com/martinklepsch/tenzing

micha16:06:05

@zaffy: and another one from @juhoteperi: https://github.com/Deraen/saapas

micha16:06:02

between the three of those you should be able to find examples that will get you going

zaffy16:06:25

I have tried both saapas and tenzing. Both work but are very basic. Without any opionionated db and auth boilerplate

micha16:06:12

ah, i think the modern cljs book might be most helpful to you

juhoteperi16:06:23

@zaffy: DB and auth are not really related to Boot so you could look for more general tutorials also

juhoteperi16:06:17

@zaffy: Anyway, this is the auth lib I would recommend: https://funcool.github.io/buddy-auth/latest/

seancorfield16:06:09

@zaffy: I suggested a tutorial in #C03S1KBA2 before I saw you’d also posted here. If you’re new to Clojure, you’ll find the #C053AK3F9 channel helpful too. And, as others have indicated, the "Clojure Way" is to combine simple libraries to build applications, so most tutorials focus on the libraries rather than combinations of things — and there’s not very much that is opinionated or boilerplate.

zaffy17:06:03

thanks @juhoteperi and @seancorfield for feedback. My google search continues 🙂

seancorfield17:06:48

That whole site has some good guides for various things, including server-side web development http://clojure-doc.org/articles/tutorials/basic_web_development.html

zaffy18:06:44

reading them @seancorfield , thanks