application state — app-db
effects — db & fx
The code has been reviewed by these fine folks:
early access re-frame course
access to private collaboration channel
build Cheffy app
master re-frame concepts
The focus is on ClojureScript and re-frame. We'll not touch any CSS; even thought we'll use styled components, nor create any endpoints, everything is taken care of.
There is no backend, we'll do requests to remote API but we won't write any backend code.
You should understand Reagent, list comprehension, destructuring, and threading macros. All of these concepts are explained in detail in Learn Reagent Pro course. There is also a bundle if you would like to get two of them.
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
Take a look at some free episodes of Learn Reagent. This course has the same teaching style. That said, if after watching couple of first videos you are unsatisfied, get in touch—we are able to provide full refund.
I want to hear from you to know where you struggle and which concepts should be explained better. With the purchase you will get an access to a private collaboration channel. I want to make this course the best it can be.
In the event that I must cancel this course, very doubtful, I'll do a full refund to all customers.
We'll find out when it's finished. It will be definitely longer than Learn Reagent (3h).
When it comes to LoC Learn Reagent is 327, learn re-frame is 1943; almost 6 × bigger.
Yes, and it's better than a regular subscription. We have an option to spread the payments over multiple months and it will cancel automatically when you pay the whole amount. No more "forgotten" subscriptions on your credit card.
Don't know. Will make a cut at one point. Grab it when it's available at lower price!
Absolutely! Just as the Reagent course did. By buying this course you are supporting Open Source Projects. 10% of profits will be transferred to Clojurists Together to fund critical Clojure and ClojureScript open source projects.
Yes! The content of the course has been reviewed by experts: Juho Teperi (GitHub · Twitter), Thomas Heller (GitHub · Twitter), Daniel Compton (GitHub · Twitter), and creator of re-frame Mike Thompson (GitHub · Twitter).
Jacek Schae (GitHub · Twitter) is a software developer based in Switzerland. During his quest to write better software he found Clojure and ... was puzzled. How come such a small amount of people in Web Dev talks about it? Since then he couldn't stop thinking how he could support the Clojure community to spread the word about all sublime ideas in Clojure.
Please get in touch!