Normal HTML uses CSS strings in the style attribute. Hiccup breaks that up into a map so that the inline styles are easier to calculate.
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We explore how Reagent Hiccup treats attributes with true, false, and nil valued attributes.
Have you ever wanted to build a web app in Clojure? Have you wondered how to get started? The first part of this course guides you through building a simple web app and deploying it to Heroku, a cloud host.
In this second part, we continue to build the app, rendering HTML, building customized middleware, and storing data in a database.
We look at how to create Reagent components, which are used directly in Re-frame, with some recommendations for best practices.