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lein-figwheel - Figwheel builds your ClojureScript code and hot loads it into the browser as you are coding!

  •    Clojure

Get a quick idea of what figwheel does by watching the 6 minute flappy bird demo of figwheel. Learn even more by watching a 45 minute talk on Figwheel given at ClojureWest 2015.

klipse - A simple client-side code evaluator pluggable on any web page: clojure, ruby, javascript, python, scheme, es2017, jsx, brainfuck, c++, reagent, lua, ocaml, reasonml

  •    Clojure

A simple client-side code evaluator pluggable on any web page: clojure, ruby, javascript, python, scheme, es2017, jsx, brainfuck, c++, reagent, ocaml, reason, common lisp

Mancy - >_ Electron based NodeJS REPL :see_no_evil:

  •    Javascript

A cross platform NodeJS REPL application based on electron and react frameworks. wiki page has documentation for new features.

lumo - Fast, cross-platform, standalone ClojureScript environment

  •    Clojure

Lumo is a standalone ClojureScript environment that runs on Node.js and the V8 JavaScript engine. It starts up instantaneously and has out-of-the-box access to the entire Node.js ecosystem. Lumo also provides a ClojureScript build API, making it possible to compile ClojureScript projects entirely without the JVM, thanks to the experimental JavaScript version of the Google Closure Compiler.




shadow-cljs - ClojureScript compilation made easy

  •    Clojure

shadow-cljs provides everything you need to compile your ClojureScript code with a focus on simplicity and ease of use. Distributed under the Eclipse Public License either version 1.0 or (at your option) any later version.

piggieback - nREPL support for ClojureScript REPLs

  •    Clojure

nREPL middleware that enables the use of a ClojureScript REPL on top of an nREPL session. The default ClojureScript REPL (as described in the "quick start" tutorial) assumes that it is running in a teletype environment. This works fine with nREPL tools in that environment (e.g. lein repl in Terminal.app or gnome-terminal, etc), but isn't suitable for development environments that have richer interaction models (including editors like vim (vim-fireplace) and Emacs (CIDER), and IDEs like Intellij (Cursive) and Eclipse (Counterclockwise)).

calva - Calva: Clojure & Clojurescript interactive programming made easy - Evaluate code, run tests, navigate to definitions, see docs, interactive REPLs, etcetera

  •    TypeScript

Welcome to Calva, an easy to use, integrated REPL powered environment for enjoyable and productive Clojure and ClojureScript coding. It includes inline code evaluation, Paredit (and some little Parinfer), a Clojure formatter, a test runner, Clojure syntax highlighting, and more. Much of the power is provided by The Orchard. Calva is short for Calvados, a liquid gifted to humanity from God. It is distilled from Cider.

rebel-readline - Terminal readline library for Clojure dialects

  •    Clojure

This is a pre-release. That is being made available for comment and behavior verification. The line reader will attempt to manipulate the terminal that initiates the JVM process. For this reason it is important to start your JVM in a terminal.


cljs-browser-repl - A clojurescript repl in your browser!

  •    Clojure

Visit the deployed page at chimeces.com/cljs-browser-repl. Please do.

figwheel-main - Figwheel Main provides tooling for developing ClojureScript applications

  •    Clojure

Get a quick idea of what Figwheel does by watching the 6 minute flappy bird demo of figwheel. Learn even more by watching a 45 minute talk on Figwheel given at ClojureWest 2015.

figwheel-repl - Figwheel REPL provides a stable multiplexing REPL for ClojureScript

  •    Clojure

Figwheel-REPL is intended to provide a best of class repl-env for ClojureScript. Currently a work in progress.

duct-figwheel-component - A component for running Figwheel

  •    Clojure

A component for the Figwheel development tool, designed to be used in the Duct framework (but can be used in any component-based system). Running any of those functions will cause the updated code to be pushed over websocket to any open clients.

unravel - Unravel your REPL

  •    Python

Unravel is a simple command-line client for Clojure REPLs. It is based on the unrepl protocol, so instead of relying on nREPL, unravel communicates with your Clojure process through a Socket Server REPL. To use unravel you need Clojure 1.8.0 or above.

boot-cljs-repl - Boot task providing a REPL for ClojureScript development.

  •    Clojure

Boot task providing a ClojureScript browser REPL via Weasel and Piggieback. This task requires Clojure 1.7+ to learn how to pin the Clojure version in a Boot project head to the Boot wiki.

scope-capture - Trivially recreating the context of any piece of code at the Clojure(Script) REPL

  •    Clojure

This library eases REPL-based development, by providing macros which help you save and restore the local environment of a piece of code with minimal effort. Project status: beta quality. On the other hand, you typically will only use it in your development environment, so there's little risk in adoption.

cljs-webrepl - A ClojureScript REPL using Reagent and MDL

  •    Clojure

Distributed under the Eclipse Public License either version 1.0 or (at your option) any later version.





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