Elm Weekly - Issue #128
Phantom types, implementing a tiny typed Lisp, illustrations with line-drawing characters, elm-spa, intellij-elm, and an early preview of Roc, an Elm-inspired programming language.
Articles and Discussion
Duncan Malashock shows an example of using phantom types to constrain the set of filter values.
James Carlson takes a stab at implementing a tiny typed Lisp in Elm.
Dillon Kearns and Jeroen Engels discuss the benefits that using the elm-spa framework bring to your codebase, and how to get started with it.
Tools and Projects
Luca Mugnaini published a whimsical package for making drawings using line-drawing characters.
Hot on the heels of the release from a week ago, version 4.2.0 adds support for adding and removing pipelines (|>) . This release also supports code completion for record fields.
Richard Feldman gives an early preview of Roc, an Elm-inspired language aimed at domains other than web programming:
That's it for this week!
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