Reactive Canvas with ClojureScript and Vue

Ben Lovy on November 23, 2018

Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Ditch Custom Directives Since writing my post Reactive Canvas with TypeScript and Vue I've discove... [Read Full]
markdown guide
 

Long time since I've seen people interested in Clojure or ClojureScript, kudos for your post!

 

Tragic, that - though your penchant for Common Lisp is even more rare!

I'm not giving up on it :D

 
 

Nice! Thanks for posting this.

You could use reset! instead of swap! - it does what you want, reset the atom to a single value rather than using a function. :)

 

Aha! Thank you thank you, I forgot about this - clearly a bit rusty :) I'll update the post, that's much clearer.

code of conduct - report abuse