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ClojureScript ships with optional compiler self-hosting since late 2015.
Although a feature unbeknownst to many, bootstrapping the compiler represents the next giant leap in Clojure’s reach, raising the number of platforms where it can execute to a new maximum. Lumo is a new, cross-platform, standalone ClojureScript environment that boots instantly and has out-of-the-box access to the entire Node.js ecosystem. Lumo serves many purposes: a fast booting REPL, scripting, build tools, IDE connection through its socket server, and more recently, the ability to compile entire
Keynote: Lumo: Bootstrapping a Standalone ClojureScript Environment
António is a functional programmer and a regular contributor to ClojureScript and Om. He works as a Software Engineer at Ladder, a company that is reshaping the life insurance market.