Kai 2021-02-25T02:01:05.008800Z

Any plans for more of a mobile focus in re-com?

marek-sed 2021-02-25T11:59:31.012400Z

Hi I am new to re-frame, can someone recommend best practices how to structure state.

p-himik 2021-02-25T12:10:04.012600Z

Have you read re-frame documentation?

marek-sed 2021-02-25T13:00:37.012800Z


marek-sed 2021-02-25T13:05:06.013Z

I will try to rephrase the question our state is organized by namespaced keywords, so it is sort of organized by folder structure. So I might be asking also how to structure re-frame projects. Valid answer for that is depends on what are you building. So that should imply, my question is rather. If there are some good example of well structured re-frame application?

p-himik 2021-02-25T13:07:48.013600Z

I don't think so since it will all be subjective anyway. E.g. re-frame docs use the "split views/events/subs/whatever into their own namespaces" approach. I find it annoying, I prefer grouping code by functionality.

p-himik 2021-02-25T13:09:31.013800Z

I don't really think re-frame should affect any decision on how to organize your project. For me, that question would just become "how to organize any web UI project". Which sounds even more vague. :)

marek-sed 2021-02-25T13:29:28.014Z

yeah that probably speaks for strength of the re-frame, still trying to orient myself. Thanks for the answer it was helpful.🙂


I wrote some stuff the other day that goes into some stuff about what state you can avoid putting in re-frame db