Elm by Example: Soup to Nuts – Part 1

Dorian Karter. HasRocket. 2016-01-18.
I’ve been experimenting with Elm for the past few months and have come to really appreciate its style of programming. It is very similar to React in the sense that you can render modular components based on DOM events, but the functional style and syntactic sugar are a pleasure to work with. In this blog post I will guide you in building your first Slack inspired component.
By now you have probably heard about Elm, the statically typed, immutable, Haskell inspired, polite and helpful, functional reactive language for the web.
It’s extremely FAST too. It consistently performs better than React, Ember, Angular and others in the TODO MVC performance tests.

[Elm by Example: Soup to Nuts – Part 1]

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