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lein new re-frame wechat-reframe1 +routes +test +less +re-frisk a new re-frame project and
C-c M-J and got the following error:
What it the problem? I've been using re-frame-template for several times and never got any error like this.
Unhandled java.io.FileNotFoundException Could not locate figwheel_sidecar/repl_api__init.class or figwheel_sidecar/repl_api.clj on classpath. Please check that namespaces with dashes use underscores in the Clojure file name.
I found there is no `[figwheel-sidecar "0.5.9"]
[com.cemerick/piggieback "0.2.1"]` in the dev dependencies in the generated project by
Hi, I want to use clojurescript and have a js module named
echarts3 do not have a cljsjs module and I am considering to bundle it to the js file generated by clojurescript. I searched google and found [this post](http://blob.tomerweller.com/reagent-import-react-components-from-npm).
I've been using require.js to AMD in js. If the method provided by the post works, will there be a problem (what is been solved by require.js) that the
bundle.js haven't been loaded when browser runs the
app.js generated by clojurescript? So the
app.js cannot work correctly?
This is the error I'm getting (mostly binary data): http://stackoverflow.com/questions/43829436/how-do-i-do-an-ajax-put-of-a-binary-buffer-uploading-a-png-to-s3-in-clojurescr
@cmal you just load
bundle.js before your
app.js and you are done, the CLJS world only needs externs for stuff in the bundle nothing else
@thheller thanks! I didn't think to look in the closure library. now if only
stripHtmlTags didn't insert spaces between spans >_<
What is the current recommended way of using NPM packages that do not provide UMD builds? I've tried
:foreign-libs but both seem to fail for the packages I am trying to depend on. I'm considering falling back to Webpack for this but, if possible, I'd rather stay within CLJS.