React.js & Om talk

08 May 2014

This talk introduces the structure of React.js and tries to immerse you in its philosophy. After watching it, you should be able to build a simple React app and use the online documentation to learn more about the library.

Part two covers Om, a ClojureScript library the wraps React and also provides a model abstraction for using ClojureScript's immutable, persistent data structures to hold your app's data.

I really enjoyed giving this talk and am thankful to Seth Schroeder of CapClug for inviting me to speak and to Gray Herter for inviting the NovaRug group to come and for recording the talk and getting it online so quickly.

Part 1: React.js

Part 2: Om