This past week I released h2p, a simple python frontend to libwkhtmltox that lets you generate PDF files from web pages without needing to spawn subprocesses.
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.