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@qmstuart there is a simple guide to building a cljs website with figwheel-main here Or one to create a tictactoe game that uses svg

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

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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 😁


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


and nice tutorial!


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?


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


here’s an svg copy of it


The logo you made is super fun 🙂


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.


I hired a designer like a year and a half ago