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practicalli-john13:05:34

@qmstuart there is a simple guide to building a cljs website with figwheel-main here https://clojurebridgelondon.github.io/workshop/additional-projects/clojurebridge-website/ Or one to create a tictactoe game that uses svg https://practicalli.github.io/clojurescript/reagent-projects/tic-tac-toe/

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Stuart13:05:42

@jr0cket, I should have remembered to check your site! I'm subscribed to your youtube channel 🙂

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practicalli-john13:05:00

Most of my websites are developed using Clojurescript, with a good part of Bulma CSS styling (I find it simpler than Bootstrap). Is surprisingly easy to look semi-professional. All the source code is on GitHub. I haven't got as far as re-frame yet, but will add some resources about that next month to the Clojurescript book. I haven't ventured into shadow-cljs yet, as I don't know which JavaScript packages to use, there are so many 😁

bhauman14:05:26

@jr0cket I’d keep watching this space to see how the new :bundle target progresses, npm support is going to be much simpler now

bhauman14:05:35

and nice tutorial!

practicalli-john08:05:10

Thanks Bruce. Lots more work on tutorials and videos over the next few months. Did you like the figwheel logo I am using? I didn't find an official one, so I made one. Is this okay to use? https://github.com/practicalli/graphic-design/blob/master/figwheel-logo-mk3.png

bhauman14:05:35

oh cool, I actually have a logo, I just haven’t got around to updating the website yet

bhauman14:05:40

here’s an svg copy of it

bhauman15:05:15

The logo you made is super fun 🙂

practicalli-john15:05:08

I notice that the fig fruit when cut in half looks like an upside down heart 🙂 I like the logo you created, looks very professional.

bhauman16:05:59

I hired a designer like a year and a half ago