Start headless REPL
Start a headless REPL.
Jot down the port on which the nREPL server started.
Connect to REPL (for Clojure)
In Emacs use
M-x cider-connect to connect to the REPL. Normally you can use the default (localhost) and also press ENTER for the port number (which automatically finds the port number). If it doesn’t work then use the jotted down port number.
Start the server in the Clojure REPL
Create a second connection to the REPL (for ClojureScript)
In Emacs use
M-x cider-connect to again connect to the REPL. On the question
REPL buffer already exists (*cider-repl localhost*). Do you
really want to create a new one? (y or n) answer y.
Initialize the ClojureScript REPL
In the ClojureScript REPL type the following command:
Load or reload the page
The ClojureScript REPL reports
Prompt will show when Figwheel
connects to your application, which occurs when the page with the ClojureScript code is loaded or reloaded.
Get initial- and current state
Sidetracking, on how to get initial- and current state in the Fulcro template project.
To see the initial state, use the following from a cljs repl:
To see the current state, use the following from a cljs repl:
Manage repl connections
Sometimes you require a specific repl to be the active connection for a source file. E.g. for .cljc files. There is a section in the CIDER documentation on this: Managing Connections.
Screendump with Fulcro template project