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(ns frontend-boilerplate.db (:require [re-frame.core :as re-frame] [goog.crypt :as crypt])) (.log js/console crypt) ;undeclared variable
@melvoloskov That code also wouldn't work with clojure or requiring cljs namespaces. The
crypt is just an alias. If you refer to something within the namespace it'll be properly resolved
[re-frame.core :as re-frame] works and I just can use
re-frame, and then exactly the same
[goog.crypt :as crypt] doesn't?
Require is all good in your case. Nothing wrong with it. Just call a fn like
@melvoloskov You'll get the same error when you use
re-frame by itself.
thank you! thanks a lot! that was the answer I was looking for all that time I spend trying to figure that out
Hi, I added the dependency
[cljsjs/react-color "2.13.1-0"] to the 'simple' re-frame example, and now it won't load. Using figwheel, getting console error: "Uncaught TypeError: getNextDebugID is not a function". When I remove it again, it loads normally.
lein deps :tree and look which React version is getting used, should be 15.6 but old cljsjs lib might bring in 15.4
I just came to know there's no such
<!! in clojurescript
what's the alternative?
@qqq so how should I deal with channels outside a
put! and take! still work iirc
but usually the option is to use them inside a go block
one thing that can help is having take! with a callback that modifies an atom you use elsewhere (or altering that atom inside a go block)
mmh, well I use cljs-http to make some http request
I still have to figure out how to use the channel I get from the request
you can alter some data inside a go block, or you can put the rest of your code in go blocks after that point, or you can use take! and do your side effect in a callback
I'm using re-frame and I have the http request being done from the block of an event handler
event handlers should return the new state of the app
so I need to have the results available synchronously
then you shouldn't be using an async library?
can't you create a new event in the callback of a take! call?
that's a viable solution
but still I wonder if there's anything similar to
await/`async` in clojurescript
core.async is highly opinionated, and make a number of actions impossible that usually one would consider to be normal
it uses a formal model called CSP and adding certain operations to CSP breaks it
I'd assume it's possible to use await / async, I'm not sure what that looks like though
@erhardt.mundt You should look at re-frame/http-fx (https://github.com/Day8/re-frame-http-fx) to do http calls asynchronously
There's no need to wait for a response to an http request. You have one handler make the call, and then when the response comes in, you fire a new event to handle it.