luminus

yogthos 2019-06-13T03:44:56.013600Z

@romain thanks, that's really nice to hear :)

romain 2019-06-13T04:56:16.017300Z

I bought it yesterday, couldn't resist :dafuq: Do you have any plan about integrant? It seems to me that you had planned to replace mount by integrant

ballpark 2019-06-13T17:12:35.019200Z

+1 on the integrant question. I'm just generally curious about the where things are going with dependency state management libraries (mount, integrant, component)

romain 2019-06-18T23:14:19.026900Z

@yogthos in the case you missed it 😊

yogthos 2019-06-18T23:59:00.027100Z

Hi, I think Integrant is interesting, but personally I prefer mount. I find mount has two big advantages. First is that it leverages namespace hierarchy, so you don't have to manage state relationships by hand. Second is that it facilitates easily reloading things at runtime, e.g: https://github.com/tolitius/hubble

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yogthos 2019-06-19T00:01:12.027400Z

For the book itself, it's based on Luminus, so everything uses mount since that's what Luminus uses

eskemojoe007 2019-06-13T15:54:18.018600Z

Just bought the 3rd edition beta. Realized there are things missing so far. Anyway to get 2nd edition too since its out of print on the primary site?

ballpark 2019-06-13T17:09:02.018900Z

for anyone wondering about the book: https://pragprog.com/book/dswdcloj3/web-development-with-clojure-third-edition

ballpark 2019-06-13T17:12:35.019200Z

+1 on the integrant question. I'm just generally curious about the where things are going with dependency state management libraries (mount, integrant, component)