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mrhyde

The primary design decision is to remove as much of the interop glue and clj->js->clj data marshalling from application code as possible. mrhyde allows cljs sequential types to be treated as native JavaScript arrays by implementing the ArrayLike.js specification and then using the ArrayLikeIsArray polyfill. This technique has proven useful on libraries like leaflet and angular libraries. In addition, mrhyde includes data interop glue so that cljs map types can be treated as native JavaScript objects as well as several helpful functions patching JavaScript functions to provide smoother interop.

See strokes for an example of how the mrhyde library is useful for JavaScript interop.

Getting Started

To use mrhyde from your ClojureScript project, add this dependency to your project.clj:

[net.drib/mrhyde "0.5.4-SNAPSHOT"]