There's a big learning curves getting into Om Next. It's even hard for those who don't know ClojureScript. Most developers see a Lisp and are instantly turned off or annoyed at the syntax before even stopping to ask why or figure out the trade-offs with a lisp..
In order to focus on the patterns over the langauge, this is a rough translation about the workflow and patterns in Om Next. We should first focus on the core of what Om Next does, then why it uses certian patterns and how they work. Lastly is what does it gain by being in written ClojureScript.