Elm is a programming language that lets you write web apps in the browser.
In this book I will be showing you how to build a calculator step by step using Elm.
Things covered in this book are
- CSS with an external style sheet
- use Elm's type system to eliminate bugs
- use elm-live as s development server
- custom keyboard input events (including key combo events like alt-shift-delete)
- testing with elm-test and elm-program-test
- deploy the app with Netlify
The example application can be found live at https://elm-calculator.netlify.com/
1. You get a PDF/ebook explaining step by step how to build the app.
2. You get access to the code base. Each chapter is tagged so you can see the app in its current state while we build it. You can see a diff of the code each chapter and see the changes as the app is developed.
3. You get videos for each chapter of the book with me explaining the code as I build the app with you.
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Thank you for buying this book. I hope you enjoy learning Elm as much as I do.
I will give you access to the code on GitLab shortly. I will use your GumRoad email to find you on GitLab and try to add you as a member of the Elm Calculator project.
If you don't have a GitLab account you will have to create one at https://gitlab.com/users/sign_in . If you don't want to sign up, that's OK too. You can still get the code from GumRoad. It's just easier to see diffs and make a clone of the project if you want.
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