When will Javascript support be added? #134

depeele opened this Issue Sep 30, 2012 · 12 comments


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depeele commented Sep 30, 2012

When can we expect Javascript support?

When Javascript is supported, will developers still need to deal with clojure?


I think most people want JavaScript capabilities than clojure with this project.

Devric commented Dec 2, 2012

indeed! js > clojure

shinank commented Feb 3, 2013

JS support would be great!

mraxilus commented Feb 3, 2013

+1 for js

Devric commented Feb 5, 2013


a js repl is so much sexier than a --watch function and looking through the console.logs in the browser.

saada commented Feb 16, 2013


gihrig commented Feb 16, 2013

+1 I work mostly in Java and Javascript. I'm considering moving to node,js. Clojure and Scala are interesting, but it looks like server-side web app development is moving to Javascript, client-side web app development already has.

Support for Javascript will be a deciding factor in my use of Light-Table.

Their website states JS will be the second language to be added, so that's good news I guess, I'll just drop in a +1 now that I am here anyways =)

+1 from me. I was really looking forward to playing in the playground, but javascript is my language of choice.

ianjuma commented Mar 21, 2013

+1 for JS


ibdknox commented Mar 21, 2013

JS support has been added :)

ibdknox closed this Mar 21, 2013

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