Elm Weekly - Issue #94
This week: dad jokes, little games, accessibility, and new ways to build Elm apps!
Articles and Discussion
Dad jokes and HTTP requests in Elm — dev.to
In this installment of "Learning Elm in the Open" series, Kristofer Giltvedt Selbekk creates a dad joke app!
Making Little Games Like Presents Martin Stewart tells the behind-the-scenes story of how his game Circuit Breaker (built entirely in Elm, of course) came to be, starting with an ambitious plan to surprise his sister on her birthday.
Tools and Projects
A is for API - Introducing Static HTTP Requests — elm-pages.com
Dillon Kearns' elm-pages can now make static HTTP requests when generating a page. This means you can pull in whatever data you want at build time—even if you have to authenticate to get it—and have the data bundled as part of your static site.
elm-spa: single page apps made easy
Ryan Haskell-Glatz released a new project called elm-spa: it's a framework (think NextJS, Rails, or .NET MVC, not React or Vue) for building web apps in Elm.
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