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ClojureScript and React.js

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Over the last few years we have seen the rise of browser applications. Instead of rendering all UI server side, JavaScript driven client applications are now being widely adopted. While JavaScript is a flexible and powerful language, it has its shortcomings. This is where languages that compile to JavaScript step in. ClojureScript is one of them and offers its own powerful features to the front end developer.

React is a JavaScript library for creating declarative UIs. It was created by Facebook to simplify writing applications consisting of many components. React allows you to write the UI as a function of state.

It turns out ClojureScript loves React. In this talk you will see how these two fit together, using the Reagent library as an example.

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