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Does anyone know what the convention of using a “-” at the beginning of a function name is for? As in https://github.com/fulcrologic/fulcro-rad/blob/develop/src/main/com/fulcrologic/rad/authorization.cljc#L126
Not sure there is one 😜 I sometimes use it when I think I might make a public version of something (e.g. with specs) but there is a private implementation detail. That way I don’t have to think up two names. Sometimes I use it to reinforce that something is “private”, because cljs does not enforce that.
Ok thanks. I just noticed some private defns don’t use it and wondered if the inconsistency had a reason.
Fulcro 3.4.11 on clojars. Mainly just some minor bug fixes related to running headless in CLJ
@tony.kay Thanks for all your wonderful work and the immense aggregate value you have created. Happy New Year! 🙏
Happy New Year everyone! I wanted to start off the year by thanking @tony.kay for his unrelenting effort to build and document Fulcro, RAD, Fulcro-Inspect, Fulcro-Native, guardrails, semantic-ui-wrappers, and a plethora of other great tools and tech (honestly, I don’t know how you do it!). One of my new year’s resolutions is to contribute something back to the Fulcro community as I continue my journey to grok this powerful tech. In that vein, I’ve starting publishing my personal notes on Tony’s excellent video series. The first complete notes are on Tony’s video: https://github.com/aeberts/fulcro-notes-public/blob/master/fulcro_rad_structural_overview.org (other to be complete). I hope that’s useful to someone - comments, corrections and PRs welcome and all the best for a happy and safe 2021!
Hi, that sounds great. I’ve been thinking of finding people that want to help with videos and this kind of stuff. youTube does generate closed-caption files from the audio, which of course are mostly crap for tech, but might be a good resource as a base to “tune up” (e.g. fix up into notes?). There are also audio glitches like the occasional cough. If anyone wanted to help be a video “editor” and/or someone that makes readable versions of the videos, that would be a pretty nice resource.
@U01GM5SU5HR if you’re interested, it does look like I can give “editing” permissions to collaborators on YouTube, and you had mentioned an interest in fixing some audio. PM me if you’re still interested.
@tony.kay I’d be happy to look into using the closed-caption YouTube transcription (or some other free services) to create more complete notes for the videos. I’m not versed in video editing but I could certainly take a look at fixing audio glitches etc. (how hard can it be? 🙂 ).
Happy and Healthy New Year! @tony.kay Absolutely, it'd be my pleasure to be your video editor. I shall edit out the audio glitches in the videos while @U0G3C3USJ looks into creating notes for the videos.
Hi @U01GM5SU5HR 🙂 I was able to fix two instances of coughs on 1) “Fulcro RAD Structural Overview” at 25:50 and 2) “Building Things with RAD” at 59:00 directly in YouTube Studio (Tony gave me limited edit access to his channel). Happy to let you take over if / when we find other glitches.
Could you do me a favour and check that the fixes went live on YouTube? Thanks! https://youtu.be/H2XY5kdcjGU (RAD Structural Overview).
@U0G3C3USJ Yes, just checked, both videos are live on YouTube and the edits are very well done. Thanks for the quick fix!
@U01GM5SU5HR Many thanks for finding glitches in Part 15: Sessions and UI Routing at 15:27 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQpmKWBm9HE) and Part 17: UI State Machines at 25:24 - 25:30 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppEBySpROMY). I’ve fixed them and they will go live when YouTube finishes processing them.
so far I've been able to perform transactions within or one level below the current component. what about the case of a distant component/data tree element? for instance, if I have a button in some component X, but I want the onclick to mutate the data in the tree of a distant cousin's nested div or something?
in F2 you used to just indicate what data you were changing for a targeted refresh, but the defaults in Fulcro make it “just work” now