Live coding ClojureScript on top of nREPL with Piggieback and Weasel

Network REPL (nREPL) ( ) is a Clojure library designed primarily to offer remote Clojure code evaluation. It follows a client-server architecture in which the server exposes the REPL functionality by responding to client code evaluation queries. nREPL has been created to offer a means to the makers of development tools to connect and explore running Clojure environments in a way that is agnostic to the platform these tools may be running on.

Many prominent Clojure development tools rely on nREPL to implement their functionality. In fact, CIDER on Emacs or Cursive on Intellij IDEA, the most used tools for developing Clojure at the time of ...

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