The wonderful world of the Elm programming language, in your inbox.
A round up of what’s happening in the wonderful world of the Elm programming language. Signal forwarded to your mailbox every Thursday in one digestible package.
Data Structures in Elm
When I first started learning Elm, I had very little sense of what data structures were available to me, and which of these data structures I should actually use. Do I use an Array or a List? Should I...
Decoding JSON Structures with Elm
Parse JSON with Elm.
Discovering the Elm language
Are you looking for a better front-end coding experience? I’ve just spent several weeks completing my first project with the Elm language. This is my experience. (Spoiler alert: It’s pr…
Cryptographically secure random numbers in Elm
Climbing the Elm Tree
Rob's thoughts on programming and a place for his projects
Phoenix with Elm
Watching & Listening
Organiser of the Elm User Group Dublin (http://www.meetup.com/Elm-User-Group-Dublin/), gave an introductory talk to this new functional programming language ...
Elm Native UI
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The Elm Programming Language
CycleJS, Cycle Native, Elm & RXJS with Andre Staltz
The React Native Radio podcast focuses on React Native, but guest André Staltz has some good things to say about Elm in the mix.
Intro to Elm
DevSlice: a podcast on Computer Science and code theory. Emphasis on all things functional and programming.
Elm Language Playground
Elm Language Playground (projects). Demos: http://elm-playground.maciejsmolinski.com/
Tooling for Elm Ops
elm-ops-tooling - Tooling for Elm ops
Into the Heavens
Play Nick Hollon’s space game in the browser and then examine the code.
Meetups, Conferences & Events
Wednesday 16th March Wellington, New Zealand More Tasks and Effects
Thursday 17th March Auckland, New Zealand FP in the Browser: Elm
I transcribed some of André Staltz’s Elm-related comments from the React Native Radio podcast to save you listening to the full thing if you don’t want to: Andre Staltz on Elm.
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Happy Elm reading,