A minimalistic ClojureScript interface to React.js
andrewboltachev 2021-01-17T16:49:06.004500Z

@guswill hello. I believe that reagent is React wrapper, and Hoplon is it's own idea (with "cells"), but also has some JS libraries (among them, jQuery, if you watch talks of Alan and Micha) backing it

athomasoriginal 2021-01-17T17:29:54.005300Z

They both provide: • state management • hiccup syntax • ability build UI components So, the way I would think about them is similar to how I would think about them if we were in JS land where you would compare building an app in React or jquery (+ some extra libs).

athomasoriginal 2021-01-17T17:31:16.005500Z

Keep in mind, i’m speaking about the functionality in broad strokes. If you wanted to go a level deeper, you could find further differences in: • library maintenance • performance • 3rd party library support • underlying library documentation • your project type (hobby, product etc) • [insert criteria here]

athomasoriginal 2021-01-17T17:36:56.006400Z

but yeah, they ultimatley do the same thing: build UIs 😄