Devcards aims to provide a visual REPL experience for ClojureScript
Aron 2020-04-13T01:28:25.000800Z

I just tried it, it works

Aron 2020-04-13T01:28:40.001100Z uses it

Aron 2020-04-13T01:30:07.002500Z

The only major flaw I see with it is that by default it supports reagent which afaik doesn't uses modern react fully, I switched to helix so need to do everything by hand

fabrao 2020-04-13T12:07:23.003500Z

I have the same issue. I switched to helix too, but if you see inside it, you will see devcards

Aron 2020-04-13T12:08:18.003700Z


Aron 2020-04-13T12:08:46.004200Z

I don't quite understand the second part of that sentence 🙂

fabrao 2020-04-13T12:11:13.004900Z

Helix is using devcards

Aron 2020-04-13T12:14:38.005500Z

I see the source of confusion, I took your words in a general sense, like 'helix is using devcards' for everything : )

fabrao 2020-04-13T12:16:47.005800Z

sorry about that

fabrao 2020-04-13T12:21:35.006400Z

so, do you have any problems using devcards with helix?

fabrao 2020-04-13T12:22:59.007100Z

it seems to be easy, no reagent dependency

Aron 2020-04-13T12:24:02.007400Z

no problems so far, but i am also not doing very much

Aron 2020-04-13T12:24:16.007900Z

i am looking for some spec related material online, i want to use it for my project

fabrao 2020-04-13T12:27:32.009400Z

the guy Will (helix developer) is very friendly, if you have some issues he can help too

fabrao 2020-04-13T12:29:30.009900Z

I had a problem with use-conext

Aron 2020-04-13T12:33:00.010700Z

well, i've been using hooks nonstop since they appeared, i am not afraid of that part : ). I am just trying clj(s) for the nth time in 8 years