Issue #8

Ever wondered how compilers work? How does Elm translates the code into JavaScript? I occasionally browse through the core library's source to see how one or another type is implemented. It helps to write better and more optimized code. This week I stumbled upon a very interesting article from one…

Issue #6

Reading How to start using Elm with your React app. Link What makes a good reactive system and how does Elm's reactive model compare against others? Link Are your views doing too much? Maybe it's time to upgrade them? Selectors is one way to solve this problem. Part 1, Part…

Issue #4

Reading How hard can it be to implement pagination? How does vanilla JavaScript compare to RambaJS and Elm? Link There is another interesting library that is quickly gaining popularity: Svelte. How does Elm compare to that? Viewing from the 8 different perspectives. Link What is the sum of 3 + 5?…

Issue #3

Interesting articles Everything seems hard when you start programming in Elm, and HTTP requests is one of those topics: https://jamesbvaughan.com/elm-http-requests/ Ever wondered what's Never for? https://thoughtbot.com/blog/types-without-values Sometimes you have a component that has lots of optional functionality. Charlie Koster is writing about one…

Issue #2

This week in Elm-land Oslo Elm Days is a two-day conference happening in Oslo, Norway on the 15-16 May. They have recently opened applications for presentations. If you want to share your experience, please submit it here: https://forms.gle/T4UXj83Fs7jetR577 Elm In The Spring, a one-day Elm conference happening…

Issue #1

Articles and Tutorials In his post "How to generate jigsaw puzzles" Juri Chomé writes how to create an Elm app that generates puzzles and exports them in SVG only to then use lasers to cut the pieces out - https://www.juricho.me/posts/puzzle-generator/ A tour of…