Elm Weekly - Issue #107
Last week has seen a number of interesting project announcements, so this issue is dedicated to tools and projects.
Tools and Projects
Jeroen Engels has released version 2 of elm-review, a static analysis tool for Elm code, with a number of significant improvements including project-level rules and a watch mode.
Michael Weiss has released a toolkit for creating rich text editors. Check out the Discourse announcement for some background, as well as the demo.
Electric field simulator and art creator — discourse.elm-lang.org
Kevin Li published an electric field simulator that doubles as an “electric field art” creator. Have a play and check out the comments on Discourse for discussion of implementation details.
Andrey Kuzmin showcased his elm-physics package with an interactive example of a car with simulated suspension.
Matt Brandly has created a fascinating visualisation of Elm packages and their interdependencies.
Last year, Aaron VonderHaar, the author of elm-format, created a package and an accompanying command line tool to assist with creating Electron apps in Elm.
Chandu Tennety implemented Conway's Game of Life in Elm.
Elm Search allows you to search the published packages by function name or by approximate type signature. In the video below, Jonas Coch talks about the past, present and future of the project:
That's it for this week!
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