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2020-10-07
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Eccentric J14:10:20

In the spirit of easy vs. simple, does Fulcro make systems simple or does it make it easier to make more sophisticated systems?

zilti15:10:58

The latter, imo

markaddleman15:10:03

IMO, the most important thing about Fulcro is its battle-tested patterns for organizing a complex frontend app

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zilti16:10:33

It is especially insane how quickly we can put together new forms, sub-routing, etc, and even new form elements

zilti16:10:28

And the whole thing that's defsc is just the kind of "that's what I was looking for, I just didn't know I was"

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zilti16:10:06

What is the difference between ro/query-inclusions and ro/row-query-inclusion exactly? Does the second one make a roundtrip to the server for each row, and the former pulls the data up front?

holyjak20:10:56

I'm offline but look how it is used in the source code

exit216:10:24

In using df/load! I can see the network transaction in the Network tab and my UI is updating as I am expecting it to, but I cannot see the entry in the DB tab. Is there something special I need to be doing for things to show up there? (I can see the routing info in DB and other random fulcro entries, but nothing related to my df/load!)

exit216:10:55

ah, yes Iā€™m on 3.4.2-1

exit216:10:13

that fixed it, thanks @zilti

Adrian Smith18:10:23

How do I run a nrepl server inside my datomic process using the fulcro rad demo?

Adrian Smith08:10:03

I figured this out in the end so I recommend installing this: https://github.com/seancorfield/dot-clojure/blob/develop/deps.edn (read the readme inside the repo) then you can do clj -A:dev:datomic:nrepl you can also add other cool things like :rebl, I recommend reading all the aliases in that file

Luis Santos19:10:36

Hi everyone, Maybe I'm asking this question to the wrong audience. Would you advice against using Fulcro on the frontend while using other framework on the backend? It feels that a lot of its benefits come from using it in a fullstack environment. Thanks for all the effort. Fulcro is an incredible framework and documentation is top.

Michael W20:10:35

fulcro doesn't care about the backend, I am using fulcro and pathom with 5 different apis as backend. It ties vmware, cisco aci, cisco asa, dns, dhcp, ipam, bluejeans conferencing, and a database (datomic) all into 1 frontend. Create resolvers, mutations, ui forms for each backend and you're done.

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Luis Santos20:10:03

ah ah. That sounds like a great project. I never expected to see dhcp and bluejeans in the same project. Thanks for the feedback.

holyjak20:10:16

Clarification - Michael means "pathom on the client side"