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Anyone have recommendations for a js matrix library? I'm lookint at https://github.com/scijs/ndarray vs https://github.com/waylonflinn/weblas
hey folks. does any one knows how to embed figwheel and cljs repl in a pedestal application ?
https://github.com/gaearon/redux-devtools/blob/master/README.md Anything comparable in clojurescript?
Could be done for any cljs wrapper. But doesn't look like there's a real need.
you can use redux-devtools with clojurescript: https://github.com/zalmoxisus/redux-devtools-extension/blob/master/docs/Integrations.md#clojurescript
looks like there's some space for contributions, would be cool to have a drop in use of it any single atom cljs apps
Keep getting an weird error with Rum (0.10.8) and Sablono (0.8.0):
Attempting to call unbound fn: #'sablono.util/camel-case (defc my-component ^--- Attempting to call unbound fn: #'sablono.util/camel-case
Figwheel 0.5.9, ClojureScript 1.9.521
ns declaration looks like
(ns com.example.my-app (:require [rum.core :as rum :refer [defc]]))
sablono.util to the
:require clause has no effect.
The error seems to occur on the first instance of
defc containing an HTML tag with attributes.
Bad news is: If you do a normal
lein fighweel you don't really have CLJ repl available 😕 You'd need to run a normal CLJ repl (with the classpath/deps the same as your CLJS repl) and connect to that one from you editor
@rauh That appears to be it. Thank you!
I have no idea.
Possibly something to do with Figwheel reloading.
Or my own CLJ REPL-based reloading.
I see, that makes sense if you wipe CLJ namespaces. Normally that namespace should be automatically be required.
I just happened to pop in here and see this convo. This is exactly the kind of situation tire-iron was supposed to improve. https://github.com/potetm/tire-iron
Has anyone tried the master branch of react (fiber) with clojurescript and one of the libraries?
does any one knows about this problem on chrome:
because it violates the following Content Security Policy directive: "script-src 'unsafe-inline' 'unsafe-eval' 'strict-dynamic' https: http:". 'strict-dynamic' is present, so host-based whitelisting is disabled.
I now have a piece of code where: compile with :pseudo-names true ==> works remove :psuedo-names true ==> runtime error