Question: Should I be documenting this more formally? Or does it never really come up as a need for you?

p-himik 2020-08-10T07:40:48.307400Z

> it looks like a return to the previous messy churn of javascript I feel more or less the same way and that's why I don't really try to learn the new stuff unless it seem to be vital. So I don't really know that much about hooks. :) But some of the Clojurians members find them a tremendous addition that solves many problems. /shrug/

rberger 2020-08-12T20:21:31.329600Z

I’m finding that we’re mainly incorporating “off the shelf” react components into our re-frame/reagent app as there is an incredible amount of powerful components available there and almost none in clojurescript/reagent. And because they use hooks we want to use hooks. Its looking like they

p-himik 2020-08-09T14:10:55.284400Z

It definitely looks interesting. And while I've never even thought about memoizing the callbacks, I didn't really have any noticeable performance issues in my apps to justify digging around. Also, it seems that such an approach could stop being useful when Reagent starts supporting React hooks.