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A ClojureScript project should contain dependencies for the Clojure and ClojureScript libraries, which are managed by the build tool (Clojure CLI tools or Leiningen) just like any other dependency.

figwheel-main provides additional tooling for REPL driven development, including live updates to the browser REPL and test runner.

Use the figwheel-main template to generate a working ClojureScript project with Figwheel-main, optionally including reagent and other react.js style libraries.

Figwheel-main

Figwheel Main builds your ClojureScript code and automatically loads saved changes as you are coding!

figwheel is the older version of figwheel-main. The configuration between the two versions is incompatible, however, the ClojureScript code should work when migrated to a figwheel-main project configuration.

Figwheel template & options

The figwheel-main template creates a Clojurescript project with configuration to run the Figwheel-main build tool.

The figwheel-main template takes several options, --reagent, --rum and --om, each of which creates a basic project with the respective libraries.

The -- between the project name and --reagent option ensures this option is passed to the template, rather than being passed to Leiningen itself.

Working with Editors

Most Clojure aware editors support ClojureScript too.

Ensure project runs locally before running from an editor

Running a ClojureScript project on the command line is a quick way to ensure everything is working before considering running the project via an editor.

Reference

Hint ClojureScript uses the Google Closure compiler and build tools that require a Java Virtual machine. However, work is in progress to make ClojureScript self hosting. See articles such as ClojureScript Next and Bootstrapped ClojureScript FAQ for pro's and con's of this approach.

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