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practicalli-john 2020-11-12T11:02:55.149500Z

Sure, so long as I understand how to do it myself 😁 I'll take a look today and let you know how I get on. Thanks.

practicalli-john 2020-11-12T11:50:43.152400Z

If you are doing anything with nested data structures or larger sets of data, or just want some more detailed debugging, then you can use Portal, a data navigation tool with any Clojure setup you have. I created aliases to include Portal library when you run a REPL, :inspect/portal-cli for clojure projects :inspect/portal-web for clojurescript projects and :inspect/portal-node for node.js clojurescript projects. I'm using Portal data navigation tool more often now, so I've created a simple configuration that runs Portal on Clojure REPL startup, automatically adding Portal as a tap> source

practicalli-john 2020-11-12T12:25:13.152800Z

Its doesn't seems as scary as it first looks 🙂 I think with a bit of partitioning, mapping, reducing and cycling it should create a nice functional approach. I'll try get this ready for Saturday (no promises though)


Your functional programming skills are clearly pretty good… I’d be really interested to learn how to do it 😺