Elm Meetup

DailyDrip is running an Elm Remote Meetup, coordinating with RemoteMeetup to do it. This topic hosts all of the videos from those meetups, for free.


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Elm Remote Meetup #1

The first ever Elm Remote Meetup, featuring "An Introduction to WebGL", "Components For Managing Input and State", and "Migrating from Elm 0.16 to 0.17".


An Introduction to WebGL, by Andrey Kuzmin

This is the first talk from the first Elm Remote Meetup, "An Introduction to WebGL" by Andrey Kuzmin.


Components for Managing Input and State, by Ossi Hanhinen

This is a talk by Ossi Hanhinen for the first ever Elm Remote Meetup, on building components for managing input and state. He talks through architecture on his `Keyboard.Extra` package.


Migrating from Elm 0.16 to 0.17, by Brian Hicks

This is a presentation by Brian Hicks for the first ever Elm Remote Meetup, discussing migration from Elm 0.16 to 0.17.


Elm Remote Meetup #2

The second Elm Remote Meetup, featuring "Elm Stuff, by Luke Westby", "Collections and Equality: Challenge Accepted, by Robin Heggelund Hansen", and "The current state of Elm, by Noah Hall".


Elm Stuff, by Luke Westby

Elm stuff. Elm for things. For hardware!


Collections and Equality: Challenge Accepted, by Robin Heggelund Hansen

How to implement performant collections in nothing but Elm.


The Current State of Elm, by Noah Hall

How the Elm world looks currently, based on Brian Hicks' survey results.


Elm Remote Meetup #3

Implementing a UI Library in Elm; Frolic: A Desktop Tool for Elm; Controlling a Browser with elm-webdriver.


Implementing a UI Library in Elm: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, by Søren Debois

A discussion of the decisions that led to the design of elm-mdl.


Frolic: A Desktop Tool to Learn Elm, Faster; by Mukesh Soni

A desktop app Elm playground.


Controlling a Browser with elm-webdriver, by Jose Rodriguez

A tool to drive a browser from Elm for testing (and other) purposes.


The code in the applications was produced by:

./josh adams

Josh Adams

I've been building web-based software for businesses for over 18 years. In the last four years I realized that functional programming was in fact amazing, and have been pretty eager since then to help people build software better.

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