application state — app-db
effects — db & fx
The code has been reviewed by these fine folks:
64 HD videos
+10h HD videos
effects — db & fx
cofx & inject-cofx
re-frame http-fx & 10x
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 re-frame free. The pro version is a continuation of the free course. That said, if after watching a couple of first videos of pro course you are unsatisfied, get in touch—we are able to provide a full refund.
The Free course is 2 hours and 5 minutes, the Pro course is 10 hours and 7 minutes
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.
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.
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Learning a lot about Reagent and re-frame with these courses: https://www.learnreagent.com https://www.learnreframe.com Would highly recommend them! #clojurescript #react #shadow-cljs cc @JacekSchae
Jacek Schae's courses are simply the best out there for learning reagent, and now re-frame. They are concise, and dense with information. I appreciate the way he builds up the app, but takes valuable asides to explain intricacies when they are important. As a programmer new to ClojureScript, I also like that he uses Atom and modern tools/frameworks like shadow-cljs and smooth-ui. I've watched his lessons several times, and they have become part of the foundation of my ClojureScript learning.
Thanks for the high-quality content, @jacekschae! Also want to mentioned that I got your Learn Re-frame course, which I’ve been really happy with. You go through the material thourougly, which was just what I needed. I’ve been fiddling with Figwheel and browser REPLs for some time myself, and your course really helped provide context and give a structured, practical entry into the ClojureScript ecosystem.
… your learn re-frame course - coming from JS world, for me it was a great intro into clojurescript - I’ve loved it! 😊. … Thank you once again for the reply and for the awesome content you create! Clojure is an awesome stack but it's difficult for beginners - you just make it easier and more accessible - big props 🏅