Elm is a beginner friendly functional reactive programming language for building web applications. It contains a small but powerful set of language constructs, such as, static types, algebraic data types, immutability, and pure functions. Elm provides and requires the use of a specific architecture that’s well suited for sensible application construction. Elm’s type system and architecture may feel constraining at first, but they ultimately provide the programmer with some neat benefits including comprehensible code, and a much improved refactoring experience.
In this course you will learn the basic fundamentals of Elm so that you can start building applications today.
Functions are one of the core building blocks of Elm. In this lesson we learn how to define, call, pass parameters, receive parameters, partially apply functions, compose functions, and add correct type signatures. In this lesson we will show how to define functions with type signatures.
Elm comes with an index of publicly-usable open-source packages. Using packages from this index can substantially improve a developer’s experience. Learn how to find a package through the index, understand its API through type annotations and documentation, download it, and use it in a project.
Elm packages aren't working with embedded Ellie, so I've provided you with a link to the Ellie example here.