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vigilancetech01:05:15

when I'm working in a cljs project, say I want to view a value (created from a def), why does it give me WARNING: Use of undeclared Var but then it prints the value to the REPL and how do I make the warning go away?

mgrbyte09:05:42

Looks great @U051BLM8F :thumbsup: Some quick feedback, think your missing href bookmark links to the various sections for the header items (Overview, Features, Testimontials)

bozhidar09:05:11

I know. 😄

mgrbyte09:05:10

I missed the "need some works" bit, sorry! 😜

bozhidar09:05:39

I consider the current landing page a very rough draft, but I decided to push something anyways, as it beats the 404. I haven’t written any front-end code in a very long time and I had to take a crash course in Bootstrap to come up even with this. 😄

manuel10:05:24

looks great to me!

rickmoynihan12:05:31

looks amazing!!!

practicalli_john12:05:07

@U051BLM8F I am not an expert, but have did create a couple of nice landing pages for ClojureBridge and Practicalli. Happy to help out with the CIDER landing page if interested, especially if you want to do it in ClojureScript 🙂 https://practicalli.github.io/ https://clojurebridgelondon.github.io/

practicalli_john12:05:52

I use http://Bulma.io rather than Bootstrap as it feels a bit more intuitive to use

bozhidar13:05:48

Thanks! Any help on that front would be most welcome! I opted for Bootstrap, as it was something I used in the past and I don’t really follow front-end trends much. The landing page is completely static right now, but if you find a reason to sneak in some ClojureScript there - be my guest. 🙂

practicalli_john13:05:28

There is always a reason (obsession) to sneak in some ClojureScript 🙂 I'll take a look and come up with some ideas in a forked repo (it will be good practice for me at least)

dominicm13:05:43

@U05254DQM what kind of reasons you aiming at? Edge could use a landing page, so I'm watching you both closely ;)

practicalli_john14:05:21

I am enjoying building up my visual skills and seeing how far I can get. ClojureScript has helped a lot. Also it's a nice visual way to get new people into Clojure

dominicm14:05:29

If you're just doing static stuff, there's loads of live reload tools for static sites :) Do you have ideas for dynamic regions?

practicalli_john14:05:32

Simple dynamic stuff I just put as data in a reagent atom and trigger updates to content or style based on changes to the atom. Try to use CSS as much as possible for browser compatibility.

practicalli_john14:05:27

I tend to use reagent and figwheel as I know it but am always interested in other tools. Getting into figwheel-main and Clojure CLI tools

bozhidar09:05:25

I forced myself to write HTML and CSS for the first time in a very long time and I came up with this. 😄

bozhidar09:05:45

It needs some works, but it’s better than a 404. 😄 😄 😄 (I hope)

rickmoynihan12:05:35

infinitely better than a 404 🙂

arohner20:05:00

I’m running cider using M-x cider-connect and everything is fine. Then after several reboots of my clojure processes, one of my emacs buffers says cider[not connected], and C-c C-z doesn’t work in that buffer, but if I switch to my repl buffer, I can send forms as usual

arohner20:05:01

what’s going on, and how do I fix that?

arohner20:05:51

running 0.21.0

arohner20:05:42

killing the .clj buffer and reloading the file doesn’t help

arohner20:05:09

killing the (mostly-working) repl connection and reconnecting did fix it