How to use it:
npm init shadowfront YOUR-APP-NAME
Then you can start the server:
cd YOUR-APP-NAME make watch
Once shadow-cljs finishes compiling the project for the first time open these pages in your browser:
(tap> ...)in your code to have a value show up in the "inspect" pane.
src/YOUR-APP-NAME/core.cljs in your editor and start hacking.
Then you can commit your changes as
git init has already been run:
git add . git commit -m "Initial commit."
To make a static release that you can publish on a hosting service:
This will copy everything in
public/ to the
build folder and also build the main js artifact in there.