The :hoplon: ClojureScript Web Framework - http://hoplon.io/
onetom 2018-08-20T16:57:26.000100Z

🦗 🦗 🦗 🙂

onetom 2018-08-20T17:01:31.000100Z

@alandipert nowadays my primary backend is the ethereum blockchain and i just started to talk to if finally from clojure again, so im just doing json-rpc via the browser's builtin fetch api, like (def fetch (js/fetch.bind js/window)) 🙂 https://github.com/enumatech/cljs-abi-viewer/blob/block-explorer/src/eth/explorer.cljs#L87-L99

onetom 2018-08-20T17:03:21.000100Z

otherwise, im trying to avoid very interactive UIs, because UIs are just hard and suck a lot of time away from the core problems of many projects...

onetom 2018-08-20T17:06:17.000100Z

on the other hand, what i've learnt from hoplon and splint, i've carried over to practice and whipped up a super minimalistic, non-reactive version of hoplon (https://gitlab.com/oax/state-channel-poc/blob/master/viz/states/src/bongo/dom.cljs) so i could create this interactive visualization (which u can navigate with shift-left/right): https://onetom.keybase.pub//state-channels/


@onetom looks cool! do i understand right that's a way to project cljs data to dom?


yeah that's super cool. I was messing with a lighter weight subset of hoplon myself recently. Yours looks super clean


i saw a js thing the other day, mithril.js, looked very reasonable


ah, sounds like its not fully baked