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Okay, that's me done on docs for a month
@cmal I suggest you look through: https://github.com/Day8/re-frame/blob/master/examples/todomvc/src/todomvc/subs.cljs
Ok. I'll do that. Thank you. It is relative slow for me to get the points written in English. I am doing demo and reading the docs these days.
So the first fn's return value is the second fn's first param. Thanks. I am going to change some of my codes.
@rafaelzlisboa Yes, it is called #cljsrn
@mikethompson love the subscriptions diagram! Your diagrams flow really nicely (i.e. it is clear where I need to look next). I noticed two things: Signal Graph / :Layer 3: I had not learned about the concept of two functions (one to get the signals, one to compute retval) in reg-sub. So I was confused when I looked at the code for
reg-sub :greeting. I eventually found my way to the todomvc source code where the concept is explained. A pointer from the infographic to the documentation of that concept would have been helpful (Or did I miss something?). Also
propagation. Thank you for your hard work on documentation. It’s fantastic.
@jhund thanks, will correct
Please be sure to read through the links under the
Subscriptions heading here:
This has been an under-explained area previously.
I'd like to ensure we push this area of knowledge a bit. Please pass it on.
does reframe use hiccup natively or do i have to add it to my project.clj?
@drewverlee it uses Reagent, which uses its own implementation of hiccup.
@mikethompson. makes sense, thanks!