Elm Weekly – Issue #61
This week: robots, managing dependencies, random number generation and handling HTTP responses.
Articles and Discussion
Map to the Future — medium.com
Michel Belleville explains how to generate random numbers in another instalment of whimsical dialogs about Elm.
Going Beyond 200 OK: A Guide to Detailed HTTP Responses in Elm — medium.com
Jeffrey Huang demonstrates how to use the expectStringResponse and expectBytesResponse functions in the elm/http package.
Tools and Projects
elm-json — discourse.elm-lang.org
elm-json is a great new tool for managing and upgrading dependencies in your elm.json. It supports both application and package elm.json files.
CarbonCloud | Gothenburg | Elm/Haskell Developer — www.carboncloud.io
CarbonCloud is looking for developers to work with their cloud-based products that calculate and visualize the climate footprint of food. They use Elm on the front-end and Haskell on the back-end. Contact email@example.com.
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