Using Rug with Elm

At elm-conf and CodeMesh and YOW! Australia this year, I did live demos using automated code modification with Atomist Rug. Rug is now officially open source, and the Rug CLI is available so that you can try (and change! and improve!) these editors on your own Elm code. This blog post tells you how. I usually start …

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An Opening Example of Elm: building HTML by parsing parameters

I never enjoyed front-end development, until I found Elm. JavaScript with its `undefined`, its untyped functions, its widely scoped mutable variables. It’s like Play-Doh, it’s so malleable. And when I try to make a sculpture, the arms fall off. It takes a lot of skill to make Play-Doh look good. Then Richard talked me into …

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