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@dominicm, if you're still looking to do the REPL project, I'd probably suggest trying to support atom/electron too
yogidevbear: how do you mean? Anything I build will be open to use anywhere. Nrepl is open that way :)
Perhaps tangentially, I did consider using the proto repl visualization tools. But I'm unsure.
what do people graphical user interface do people use for Databases? I use something called Squirrel at the moment...but each time I start it the fans in my laptop start spinning up.... ✈️
i like “SequelPro” for MySQL, and “SQLPro for MSSQL” has been ok on the current project
Morning All... Re DB GUIs, if you are using postgresql and Mac, I can recommend Postico. As per @glenjamin I reckon that Sequel Pro is the best MySQL GUI on a Mac.
I have to admit that I try to not use them as much as possible, but there are times when a quick visual check is invaluable.
@dominicm - I don't have the first clue as to how various REPLs work, or how they interact with editors etc. Emacs + CIDER is a "magic box" for me. I've never spent the time to really grok it.
From a UI perspective of avg user, I expect workflow like this: - Open browser → type code → see graphs Bonus will be: - Open emacs → jack-in → open browser → evaluate code in emacs → see graphs
the GUI I find most useful for browsing and editing schemas, for doing queries its about the same as a good repl that has tab completion
@glenjamin - Yeah, particularly in development phase I find it quicker / easier to delete data, drop tables and indices etc. in a GUI too.
i tend to do all my schema editing in repl, so i can then copy/paste into a migration file... gui would mess that up
i’ll often play around in the gui, then grab the SQL out of it and add into a migration file
this particular gui put the SQL it had generated in the confirmation dialog when i deleted things, which was nice
on an unrelated note, does anyone else ever spell out words when using fake hashes in example tests?
also with REPL db access there’s no impedance mismatch when I switch from exploring the db to manipulating data with sexps
I do mostly use google sheets for spreadsheety things these days, not that Google is much better than MS anymore
@mccraigmccraig I just want to click in this case and press cmd-r to refresh. and yes a repl could do that as well.
at least both can be scripted with clojurescript. Excel can be scripted with clojure too