Expanded Library

Elm

by Richard Feldman

This course teaches you how to write bulletproof, easily maintainable web applications with Elm, the functional programming language that is transforming web application development.

What you'll learn

In this course, Elm, you’ll learn how to write bulletproof, easily maintainable web applications with Elm, the functional programming language that is transforming web application development. You’ll discover how to build an Elm application from start to finish, and how to inter-operate between Elm and JavaScript. You’ll also learn the best way to organize Elm code using modules and the Elm Architecture, and how to write unit tests for Elm applications. By the end of this course, you will have learned functional programming techniques that are useful not only in Elm, but other languages as well.

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About the author

Richard is a functional programmer who specializes in pushing the limits of browser-based UIs. He's built seamless-immutable, a JavaScript immutables library that seamlessly interoperates with normal JS collections; elm-css, a CSS preprocessor where you write Elm instead of CSS; and Dreamwriter, a long-form writing Web App written in Elm which works like a desktop app in the absence of an Internet connection.

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