I don't understand the https://figwheel.org/config-options#connect-url option.
I have put
:connect-url "<ws://10.0.1.15:9500/figwheel-connect>" in my
figwheel-main.edn but it keeps connecting to
localhost:9500 which is not where the figwheel server is running
hah, now it started working all of a sudden.. after upgrading to 0.2.11, weird
so now I kinda wish I could set that IP using some environment variable because this IP will be different for every of my colleagues
where can I configure the JS/CLJS function that should be called after reloading sources?
Found it here: https://figwheel.org/docs/hot_reloading.html
I expected this to be part of the
figwheel-main.edn file without having to change my source code.
I guess figwheel doesn't come with any CSS/less magic other than reloading the CSS right?
ok, that's fine. I solved that problem. My only remaining thing is be able to set
:connect-url dynamically, based on some env variable for example
for anyone curious, I'm using this for less:
The docs for
:connect-url aren't entirely clear to me. It speaks about "server side" and "client side". but
:connect-url is only used from the browser to connect to the websocket server, right? so why all these options for "server side"?
I think I just need
:connect-url "ws://[[client-hostname]]:9500/figwheel-connect" - seems to work for me
@borkdude the server-hostname stuff is helpful if you are listening on a certain eth address and that happens to be address that your client is using
really glad you are taking the new stuff for a spin
is this new? I haven't been following for a while 🙂 I'm porting the CLJS and less build from boot to deps.edn
oh this isn’t new
I thought you might be trying out the new :target :bundle support for npm deps
there is also HTTPS support
I might, but probably not for this project because my team lead is not fond of npm...
just good old foreign-libs and cljsjs
it's good to have support for it though. I'm glad all is working now together with our old boot stuff, hybrid
well that stuff works and works well enough for sure!