We are proud to announce the release of version 0.2.0 of our ClojureScript library Prerenderer, a library to do server side pre-rendering of single page applications. In this release, we include:
- Changed the ClojureScript API to hide NodeJS details.
- New re-frame implementation that depends on re-frame 0.6.0 but not on a fork.
- Renamed run to start! to match stop!
The two first items in the changelog came hand in hand and they are the biggest changes to keep in mind if you are upgrading. We are very happy that we no longer need a fork of re-frame and we would like to extend our gratitude to Mike Thompson for working with us on having the appropriate API to make this happen.
The change in API means that your Prerenderer module now would look something like this:
(ns projectx.node (:require [prerenderer.core :as prerenderer])) (defn render-and-send [page-path send-to-browser] (send-to-browser (render page-path))) (set! *main-cli-fn* (prerenderer/create render-and-send "ProjectX"))
(ns projectx.node (:require [cljs.nodejs :as nodejs] [prerenderer.core :as prerenderer])) (defn render [req res] (let [page-path (.-path (.parse url (.-url (.-query req))))] (.send res (render page-path)))) (set! *main-cli-fn* (prerenderer/create render "ProjectX"))
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