Pedestal Hack Night!
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Thanks again Steve!
FWIW, I may have isolated the issue I had on the night. Seems that if you create a new pedestal-app from within a path with a space in it, then the development aspect will fail to load (throwing "goog.require could not find:..." at the js console).
Sounds odd, but reproducible on my machine (OS X).
Could I trouble someone to sanity check this? That is, issue a "lein new pedestal-app hw no-comment" from within a directory with a space, launch the repl and start pedestal, and see if you get js errors while loading the development aspect?
0 · August 30, 2013
Thanks Guru Steve,
Front Foot i'm sure would be happy to host if the need arises.
Thanks all. I thoroughly enjoyed the evening.
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0 · August 29, 2013
Great presentation! This is a fantastic opportunity for people like myself taking the first steps in clojure land.
we're going to do a hands-on Pedestal client intro tomorrow night. You will create a basic Pedestal client and learn the concepts, tooling and dev workflow - all hands on.
Thus you'll need to bring a laptop with lein2 installed and your fav Clojure editor etc.
See you tomorrow.
1 · August 28, 2013
Julian and Steve both gave excellent introductory presentations on Pedestal last month, and they have whet the appetite of a few of us to learn more.
So for next weeks meetup, we will be having semi-structured hack night - the theme topic: "Up and running with Pedestal".
Pedestal has a steeper learning curve than the other web frameworks such as Compojure. So to help us getting started, we will be working through a simple tutorial in small groups of 3 to 5 people.
0 · August 23, 2013
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