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Chase20:02:10

seems pretty straight forward to me but maybe it would be clearer if you showed the actual change of the text before saving. if that's what you actually changed.

Chase20:02:51

i am intrigued for a different purpose. What you got going on in the right side is kind of how I'm picturing one of the UI elements in this interactive fiction/game I've been tossing around in my head. What is this?

Eccentric J20:02:26

Ah ok, perhaps it would be best to split the two types of live changes into separate gifs and show the actual edit?

Eccentric J20:02:54

I’m working on a lein cljs-template so others can write really rich TUIs really quickly 😄

Chase20:02:20

tbh, I'm hoping someone else chimes in because I'm probably too newbish to be the right sounding board

Chase20:02:31

"tui" interesting

Eccentric J20:02:43

You would be the best candidate actually metal I really want to showcase how using ClojureScript allows us to make changes to the running terminal program on the fly to people who may not be familiar with that.

Chase20:02:03

I think this definitely highlights hot reloading effectively. people just might not understand where the actual change came from.

Eccentric J20:02:40

Ah that makes sense, I think there’s where splitting the changes into separate gifs and showing the edits like you suggested will help really drive it home.

Eric Ervin21:02:05

This is ace. In my mind I've associated ClojureScript with graphically rich web interfaces (yawn) and not graphically sparse command line interfaces (swoon).

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Eric Ervin21:02:13

Last night at the Clojure meetup I was trying to remember all the Re* things (React, Reagent, Re-frame). Today I want to go all in and have something in Racket called Reacketant .

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Eccentric J21:02:16

Hahaha Reracketframe

Eccentric J21:02:35

Nah I like Eric’s more

Eric Ervin21:02:46

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