Use ClojureScript to create powerful serverless Web applications that are responsive and engaging. This book presents Reactive recipes with Reagent, a ClojureScript reactive framework, to create interactive applications.
Throughout the book, Reactive with ClojureScript Recipes
uses progressively more complex examples and introduces you to a set of powerful tools that target rapid web application development. In the last chapter, you'll use these concepts for an HTML5-based deployment to smart phones.
What You'll Learn
Who This Book Is For
- Write simple static web apps with Boot
- Iintegrate ClojureScript and its libraries
- Animate content, play with sound and videos
- Use Reagent, and be Reactive in the browser.
- Run your Application on a smart phones.
Nicolas has over 12 years of IT experience in the United States and Asia and is currently CTO of an international consulting company in Tokyo, Japan. An author of two other published books, Nicolas began working with Clojure five years ago and loves helping customers reach their goals in many languages
When not bringing new ideas to customers, he spends time with his two fantastic daughters Mei and Manon, and playing live music internationally.
Chapter 1: Using Boot, a build tool to create your working environment (50 pages)
Boot is a build tool, that makes it easy to write ClojureScript and to use external libraries.
It also makes code compilation, packaging and distribution consistent and easy. This chapter present the tool and how, with a simple text editor, the developer can write and execute code.
Chapter 2: The Basics of ClojureScript in the web (50 pages)
We will also look at how write real time code etc..
Chapter 4: Using Reagent to write Reactive Web App (30-50 pages)
Knowing how to write ClojureScript and how to integrate with the eco system we can now present Reagent, the React Wrapper.
The developer will see how to use Reagent to create pages reacting to user interaction in real time.
Reagent put React concepts and power to the hands of many.
Chapter 5: Taking it to Smart Phones (30-50 pages)
This chapter is about deploying the examples presented up to now to Smart Phones and other devices, through HTML5 web app deployment and maybe using React Native.