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React without JS: Clojurescript, Reagent, Figwheel

(This is an updated and improved version of a talk I gave at a last Helsinki React JS meetup)

While React is great, the JS ecosystem is kind of daunting, especially for newcomers. Being able to create React Apps with Clojurescript is a breath of fresh air.

I want to share my small experience writing React-powered apps using Clojurescript, Reagent and Figwheel, do a short demo and discuss alternative approaches, debugging and JS interop.