Published March 2017
Front-end developers have many considerations to make when working with web apps and sites. Once you’ve set up the perfect environment with the right libraries and tools, you’ll have to figure out the coding techniques you’ll apply. What if there was a way to build a web app that would just let you focus on… just building the web app?
There are many reasons why you’d want to start learning Elm!
In our new mini course, we’ll show you how to get started with Elm, how to understand and work with Elm’s data structures, and how to continue learning. Our course barely scratches the surface of Elm, but we will give you everything you need to kick-start your new future with Elm.
Luke is a partner and co-founder a HumbleSpark in Chicago, IL. He is an active contributor to the Elm community and can frequently be found giving conference talks, producing audio and video, live-streaming, and discussing the language in Slack. He has contributed to a number of popular Elm projects and maintains a few open source packages himself. Luke is committed to building a strong, inclusive, and engaged community around Elm so that everyone working on web applications can share in the great experience it offers.
Web app and games developer. Huge #elmlang fan. Screenwriter. Juggler. My work focuses on making an impact on an audience.