I recorded my mic with ClojureScript

I learned how to work with the user’s microphone in ClojureScript. I coded 90% of this code using JavaScript interop. I learned to use JS classes in ClojureScript (prepend “js/” and append “."). To record from the microphone, I needed to understand the Navigator, MediaRecorder, Blob, and URL classes in JavaScript. I created two functions for two handlers: js/window's onload event to get the user media, and js/MediaRecorder's ondateavailable, so that I could work with the user’s audio after I stopped recording. I then used the URL class to make a blob url for the audio. With all this done, I refreshed the page, recorded finger taps, visited the printed link and listened to what I recorded.