In this post you’ll find a 20 minute screencast which demonstrates how to port a Swing UI app to Clojurescript and HTML5/Canvas. My weapon of choice for this excercise is LightTable which Im currently trying out instead of Emacs. I’ll show off a few of its features, but more to come on LightTable in the future.
Followers of this blog will have noticed that I’ve redesigned Bestinclass.dk and reimplemented it on a new CMS platform. During this process I killed a lot of my old blogposts, but you can still find them here: http://blog.bestinclass.dk
Picking up on one of the blogposts that I did carry with me to this new site, I’ll show you how to get started with LightTable and port a Clojure Swing UI application to Clojurescript and HTML5. Introducing: Brians Brain on Clojurescript!
I apologize in advance for the poor sound quality – I’ll be sure to get a quality mic for future screencasts.
A word on Clojurescripts/HTML5 performance
Git repo here: https://github.com/LauJensen/briansbraincljs
Hope you enjoyed following along,