Functional Interface Programming
Over the last few weeks I explored a more functional approach to
programming interfaces mostly inspired by ideas behind
Facebook's React.js. One of those ideas is immutability which
also happens to be a core feature in Clojurescript, a LISP
targeting the browser.
Because of that match in concepts the Clojurescript community has developed some interesting projects based on React.js, that I think are really promising for building modern web applications with complex interfaces.
I want to talk about the ideas behind those projects and how
they evolved from the ideas already present in React.js.
Topics: React.js, Clojurescript, Functional Programming, DOM Manipulation
Can't see anymore jQuery or other called "full stack super" framework anymore? Then I want to show you how you can write readable, logic heavy code for the browser without being forced to any single framework by setting up a simple web app project in front of the audience.
Generally I want to share the experience I made coding an online store in order to to free the people up from browser frameworks :)
Building the Node.js for iOS