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@julianwegkamp at this point it doesn’t seem that important? we can link to the old docs


Perhaps not. I was triggered by om/IRender in the example but I think @anmonteiro already pointed that out in the PR


If one is using pushy or goog.History, where would one put calls to these APIs in On one hand, it’s most straightforward to call it inside a mutate, but this is one of those things that don’t exactly touch app state, which leads me to think it should be contained in a remote. However, that seems a little roundabout. Does anyone have any ideas on the matter?


@dnolen did you see this earlier - someone having problems with hello example out of the the box ?


not me - I just repeated what they did


slack-fu not that good ^^^ message from June 5th


@gmercer haven’t but I also don’t time to look into it, I’m sure someone else can help


nw - just thinking of the om OOTB experience


i.e. .. to build an example run:

lein cljsbuild once <build-id>
from om landing page on github gives disappointing results


given a component is there a way to traverse its children?


i want to assemble the state of a top level component and all of its children, recursively


next question: if a component A updates its parents' component state, A won't get re-rendered by default - how to force it?


@dnolen bumping to clojurescript 1.9.562 will get examples compiling


I’m still having trouble wrapping my head around how om works, or at least, making sure I understand it correctly. Let me give an example what my current understanding is, please let me know whether it is correct or not. Assume I’m writing a Person component and I want be able to use it both as a item in a list of users and also as a singular, for example, displaying a selected user. There’s a :person/by-id key in the app state, containing map of ids to personal data. Person’s query’s going to be [:person/id :person/firstname :person/lastname]. The read` function for these keys will assume that env contains my own, custom key, e.g. :person/current-id, whose value is a person’s id and use it to extract corresponding id, firstname and lastname from the state. When displaying a list of persons, the query for the parent component will contain {:person/list (get-query Person}, read for :person/list will, for each person, recursively call parser with :person/current-id added to the env with id of the current person and collect results to a vector, render of parent will just iterate over the vector and pass each item to Person factory. When displaying a singular person, the query of the parent component will contain {:person/selected (get-query Person)}, read for person/selected will set :person/current-id in env to correct value, call parser recursively and return the result. If a Person component needs to do some changes in the state, it just uses the id it got in props: (transact! this '[(person/feed ~id)] (should be a backtick). Is this a correct approach? Sorry for the long-winded post...