on 2/11/2012 11:54 AM
About a week ago, I blogged about how to get started with ClojureScript and FW/1 and I showed some basic DOM manipulation functions that go down to the JavaScript metal. In any real world project, you're not going to want to do that - you'll want to leverage a battle-tested, industrial-strength library for that... something like jQuery for example. Using an external JavaScript library with ClojureScript isn't entirely straightforward, unfortunately, mostly due to how names are exported [...]
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