Devcards aims to provide a visual REPL experience for ClojureScript
kauko 2016-08-09T08:52:17.000147Z

There's a devcards presentation by bruce where he does exactly that 😄

kauko 2016-08-09T08:53:19.000148Z

kauko 2016-08-09T08:53:29.000150Z


timothypratley 2016-08-09T13:39:28.000151Z

Thanks kauko; I agree that's a great presentation. Just to contrast what I'm trying to ask more specifically is about packaging the cards up into a linearly ordered navigated by static page format like this: Given each card can be deep linked and viewed individually, and has an implicit order, it seems that presenting them in this fashion should be straightforward and a useful alternative way of viewing the material. So I want to give it a shot. But also am curious if it's been tried before.

kauko 2016-08-09T13:49:08.000152Z

kind of like 🙂

kauko 2016-08-09T13:51:05.000154Z

tbh if you want to have nested or subsequent slides, I don't know if creating that on top of devcards really helps you

kauko 2016-08-09T13:51:16.000155Z

or would it be better to just do it without devcards

timothypratley 2016-08-09T13:58:32.000156Z

yes, exactly 🙂

gadfly361 2016-08-09T15:13:47.000157Z

@timothypratley: if you figure anything out, keep us in the loop, i am curious about that as well :)

wasser 2016-08-09T19:01:05.000158Z

Maybe Klispe inside a slide-like UI project? Bruce did one of those to introduce Figwheel originally. I've used it to good effect, but it's kind of rough around the edges.

wasser 2016-08-09T19:01:28.000159Z

Klipse (DYAC!)

kauko 2016-08-09T19:18:14.000160Z


shaun-mahood 2016-08-09T19:18:52.000161Z

wasser 2016-08-09T19:37:27.000164Z

That's it!