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Tij12:10:46

Hello, I have a nodejs repl server running. I can connect to it (with my terminal) and evaluate javascript. What do I need to be able to evaluate clojurescript instead? Preferably from vs code.

pez13:10:24

@tijmenvink, if you don't mind involving Clojure in the mix, I'd recommend #shadow-cljs

datran15:10:40

It looks to me like random-uuid is just using rand-int under the covers - is there a secure random uuid generator for cljs?

kwrooijen19:10:26

If you know Javascript / React, and know nothing of Clojure / Clojurescript. Where would you start? (With the goal of learning re-frame)

Michaël Salihi19:10:26

Hi @kevin.van.rooijen! You can starting to learrn Shadow-CLJS (CLJS building tool with very good interop with npm) and Reagent (React wrapper). Here you can find a free video course part: https://www.jacekschae.com/learn-reagent-free Did you already start reading the Re-frame docs ? https://day8.github.io/re-frame/

kwrooijen19:10:29

@admin055 Thanks for the links! I'm trying to help someone else learn Clojurescript / re-frame. Is this course suitable for people that don't know any Lisp?

kwrooijen19:10:40

And yeah, I thought the re-frame docs would be a bit intimidating since this person has no clojure knowledge yet

kwrooijen19:10:02

These videos look really good

p-himik20:10:37

FWIW the very first article to read should probably be this: https://clojurescript.org/guides/faq-js

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kwrooijen20:10:26

Thanks, this is really good!