In the previously featured post, Brian Carroll wrote about representing Elm’s built-in typeclasses in WebAssembly. This post moves on to considering the representation of custom types and extensible records.
Jeroen Engels details the improvements in the latest releases of the elm-review-common, elm-review-unused, and elm-review-simplify rules for elm-review.
Meanwhile, the static analysis category of the Elm Catalog has grown to 40 packages thanks to people writing a variety of elm-review rules. It’s worth checking out the many kinds of code checks and automatic fixes you can get with elm-review.