Building and Testing Web Applications with Elm

Elm is a functional programming language meant for building reliable web applications. It compiles to JavaScript and is well-known for its helpful compiler that promises no runtime errors.

Elm brings all the best features of a compiled functional language such as immutable values, strong static types and a helpful compiler that guides you in writing code that will not crash in the hands of your users to the frontend.

This tutorial will introduce Elm and its ecosystem. We’ll also set up a simple but complete Elm project, along with tests and continuous integration with Semaphore.

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