Elm Weekly - Issue #136
This week is about games: game jam #5, word snake, and a talk about game performance. Plus elm-graphql, custom elements, and BARE format encoding/decoding.
Articles and Discussion
Andrey Kuzmin and Ian Mackenzie are hosting an Elm game jam with a three-dimensional theme. Entries can be submitted until the end of the year.
If you're interested in creating games with Elm, you might also find the talk linked below interesting.
Elm Radio episode 16: elm-graphql — elm-radio.com
Jeroen Engels and Dillon Kearns discuss elm-graphql, how to organise your SelectionSets, and other best practices.
Writing custom elements for Elm
Leo J explains how to use custom elements in Elm, using an example of handling keyboard shortcuts. There is also a companion package.
Tools and Projects
Tad Lispy has made a variation on the snake game where you have to guess a word by collecting letters. Source code is available.
Leonardo Taglialegne has published a package to encode and decode data in the BARE format, which is billed as "a simple binary representation for structured application data."
That's it for this week!
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