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emilaasa05:04:01

Cool! I think I will write some hello-wordy web app just using figwheel so I dont have so many layers to learn

emilaasa05:04:24

Getting started with Clojure for the server tasks was pretty easy but there is a LOT of tooling in the re-natal stack

danielneal07:04:34

Yep we have had an app in production for about a year. We're using react native with expo, which has worked well. There's also a lot of tooling in the expo-cljs-template that is not strictly necessary if you're happy to do some things manually.

vikeri07:04:03

@emilaasa We’ve had an app in production since 2016. Despite the sometimes very rough breaking changes we haven’t regretted the choice.

emilaasa07:04:57

The workflow seems amazing. And building cross platform apps does not seem easy with any stack

vikeri07:04:34

True, yeah to have the REPL in a mobile app and hot code reloading that works (compared to vanilla RN) is pretty amazing!

vikeri07:04:43

Exceptionally productive

jthomson08:04:21

We've also been using cljs+rn in production for about 3 years. It's been fun though there were some bumps in the early days (the old navigator, list view memory issues...) Currently in the process of moving over to re-frame and incidentally hiring for a cljs+rn engineer in berlin.

mccraigmccraig11:04:02

this link is returning 403 for me

olivergeorge12:04:55

Odd works for me

mccraigmccraig12:04:47

both links are working for me now

mccraigmccraig12:04:25

oh, now that's odd - only on safari. i get the 403 on chrome for some reason

emilaasa08:04:55

Better refresh my school german!

jthomson08:04:31

German?! Luckily non-essential in Berlin.

olivergeorge12:04:02

Curious to hear if anyone has been tracking master.