If there's anything consistent about the frontend community it's that we can get hyped on technologies really easily. From Backbone to Ember to Angular to React all within a few years is what some might call breakneck speed. New tech is often really great to use, but it can also be good to stop and see if there's anything you've missed.
I think ClojureScript is one of those things. jiyinyiyong agrees, and has laid out some pretty good reasons why it might be a good frontend technology to look into.
barba.js is a small (4.4kb minified and gzipped), flexible and dependency free library that helps you creating fluid and smooth transitions between your website's pages.
It helps reducing the delay between your pages, minimizing browser HTTP requests and enhancing your user's web experience.
Feathers is a powerful and flexible framework for building web apps from scratch. However, it’s not only useful for building brand new applications, Feathers can also fit into your existing stack. Today David Luecke would briefly like to show a not well known but powerful and unique use-case: Using Feathers as a real-time proxy for your existing API.