6 Best Articles on Elmlang
The most useful articles on elmlang from around the web—beginners to advanced—curated by thought leaders and our community. We focus on timeless pieces and update the list whenever we discover new, must-read articles or videos—make sure to bookmark and revisit this page.
Top 5 Elmlang Articles
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- Using the Builder Pattern for Elm Components
- How we made Elm and Google Translate work together
- React to Elm Migration Guide
- My setup for an Elm application from development to production
- The trickiest Elm bug I’ve ever seen
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My setup for an Elm application from development to production
It is easy to install elm via this guide Install Elm After installing elm, now create a folder for your application and run elm init ~/workspace > mkdir elm_project && cd elm_project ~/workspace > elm…
How we made Elm and Google Translate work together
The trickiest Elm bug I’ve ever seen
A tale of two Models and one stale Msg
Manatee Waltz: Elm Game Jam #4 Postmortem 9 Sep, 2020
Julia and I participated in The Elm Game Jam #4. Here’s what we built.
These are some of the most-read long-form articles on elmlang.
Using the Builder Pattern for Elm Components
I had the opportunity to build some components and quickly found many needed a lot of parameters. Below is a strategy on how to make them less verbose, type safe regardless of order, and it won't…
React to Elm Migration Guide
This guide will help you learn and migrate to Elm with assumption you already know the basics of React.
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