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ianjones12:10:30

Hey y’all! Have y’all used or experienced Fulcro? Just wondering your thoughts on it vs more “standard” stack like reagent with reframe

nate14:10:04

I haven't personally used Fulcro, although it's on my list of things to try sometime. Most of my frontend experience is with reagent.

nate14:10:39

I would love to hear if anyone has stories to tell about using both reframe and fulcro and where each one is stronger

drewverlee21:10:25

@nate the fulcro`s author gets into what her believes the differences are in on the clojurescript podcast. https://clojurescriptpodcast.com/ Reframe is a front end pub sub framework. Fulcro is full stack, db to ui form solution. Is covers basically everything.

nate21:10:16

Cool. Thanks for the tip. I'll look for that episode.

drewverlee21:10:39

That podcast is also the best most up to date overview I have heard.

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bartuka19:10:10

hey, just found out about the podcast, very well done! congrats.

bartuka19:10:34

I don't know if this is a major topic to be discussed, but I am currently reading more carefully the http://clojure.org website... and the state section do not have a single mention to atoms (only refs and agents) and funny enough, I never touched refs and agents in the last 3 years.

bartuka19:10:24

atoms are everywhere.. lol. I still feel the distinction between them to be very blurred. I was looking over the previous episode titles and have not find any discussion on that.

nate19:10:07

@iagwanderson hello and welcome, glad you're enjoying the podcast

nate19:10:32

atoms are a very important topic to understand and I don't believe we've covered them on their own

nate19:10:48

there may be discussion mixed into another topic

nate19:10:06

I'll put it in the list of topics we might cover in the future

bartuka19:10:45

cool! I still have a lot of backlog to cover from your previous episodes now hehe. o/