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Jeroen Engels
Elm/JS developer, author of . Co-host of . Working on making programming easier through static analysis and functional programming.
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Elm Weekly 20h
🔥 #134: reconstructing 3D surfaces with WebGL, web components guide, incremental development, JS interop with service workers, and a set of combinators for working with stateful components. Featuring ,
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Jeroen Engels Oct 19
Replying to @raquelxmoss
Do you then take the opportunity to throw them away or do you keep them?
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Elm Radio Podcast Oct 19
🎙 Episode 015: Incremental Steps is out! We talk about the value of taking small steps, and techqniues to help break problems down in Elm.
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Tomas Latal Oct 18
Small sneak peak of upcoming feature of Elm Debug Helper extension - especially Firefox users are going to love it. And yes, the dev panel is written in of course
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Jeroen Engels Oct 16
Replying to @jfmengels
If you didn't know about the Elm catalog already, look no further:
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Jeroen Engels Oct 16
is the creator of elmstatic and Elm catalog and writer of the Practical Elm book. If you like what he's doing and want to support him or just offset the costs of curating , head over to his GitHub sponsors page!
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elm-review Oct 16
made an elm-review package to manage your imports in . Try it out and give feedback! npx elm-review --template sparksp/elm-review-imports/example
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/Fay-lee-nuh/ Oct 16
Exciting day today, since our MSc student Bart is defending his thesis "The Error that is the Error Message"! Follow along here for the highlights of his work.
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Jeroen Engels Oct 15
Was this recorded?🙂
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Jessica Joy Kerr Oct 15
The crucial mechanism to build good systems is not planning. It is error correction.
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Jeroen Engels Oct 15
Replying to @jfmengels
Find other people that seek supporting at
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Jeroen Engels Oct 15
is doing awesome work on physics simulations in with elm-physics and webgl. If you like what he's doing and want to support him, head over to his GitHub sponsors page!
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Jeroen Engels Oct 11
Because everything in elm-review needs to be in pure Elm, because the Elm rules are written in Elm themselves.
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Jeroen Engels Oct 11
Gotcha. Yeah, I'm avoiding handling type variables for now
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Jeroen Engels Oct 11
What is let-polymorphism?
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Jeroen Engels Oct 11
I'll show you when I think it's ready to get feedback!
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elmbits Oct 11
This week it's a big release of Elm language server, life of a file podcast, elm warrior walkthrough, and other news. Thanks to , , , , , , and and every dev and Elm contributor.
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Jeroen Engels Oct 11
My own brain 😅 I need the logic to be in Elm, so the only options are elm-in-elm, which I think is not ready (?) and may not work like I need it to, and a custom solution. I'm not happy that this will be another implementation of type inference, but that's how things have to be.
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Jeroen Engels Oct 11
Replying to @Rolograaf
Haha, me too! I found 2000 errors like this in my work project, and I figured it would be way more efficient to add autofixes than to add them manually, even through the use of an IDE 😅
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Jeroen Engels Oct 11
Current progress on type inference for in
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