Elm Weekly Drip #16 and Exercise: Translator Pattern
It's that time again. I know, I'm excited too. This week's links teach us: how
to find our way; what fingers are good for; how to extend TEA; a little
validation; JSON-API pleasantries; Elming up Emmet; and how to contribute to
community Elm documentation on StackOverflow.
elm-fingertree - A fingertree for Elm. Fingertrees are purely functional data structures used to implement other data structures. There's an example Priority Queue implementation in there as well.
[ from MatthewJohnHeath ]
extending-tea - An example of an extension to The Elm Architecture. Primarily revolves around passing a Context to multiple components and having them access it trivially. Example is passing the current user information around.
[ via @MatiasKlemola ]