Since most of my Elm apps tend to follow a similar structure, I’ve decided to create and open source a cookiecutter template that deals with all of the boilerplate required to set up one of these apps the way I like it. The repository is available here.
- A generic DSL for expressing arbitrarily-nested dynamic routes (at the cost of uglier route constructors as the depth increases).
- An automatic way to do reverse routing that when coupled with a small amount of boilerplate should provide the safest approach to reverse routing that the Elm language can currently support.
I recorded a short demo of elm-mode’s new automatic TAGS file generation feature. You can view it on Youtube.
I recorded a short screencast showing off some of the features available in elm-mode. You can view it on Youtube.
Ido mode is one of those Emacs packages that you can’t imagine living without once you embed it into your workflow. It stands for “interactive do” and in this post I’m going to talk about what it does, some of the configuration options that come bundled with it and how you can enhance it further.