Taking a break from the compiler project, but only for now. I feel the need to excerise a bit more of the of the productive side. I’ve had this idea, for a long, long time. And have basicly been building it in my head for the last year.
- Project: Just do it already
- Where it all when wrong the midterm
Project: Just do it already
- Run code in MirrorCode and transpile JS code to AST and compare to answer stored at AST.
- But the first part is to incorporate the editor, CodeMirrior, and capture the input. That would be the definition of success.
- Init app, get it running
- Split page into 50% using CSS Grid, bc fancy
- Put CodeMirror onto page with Elm
- The Problem. I need to apply the instance of CodeMirror to the div with id “CodeEditor”
- After Importing CodeMirror, Embedding the Elm app on the root id tag
my “CodeEditor” element is nowhere to be found.
- Ellie as a template
- Capture coding input and output
- Evaluate that JS, safely?
Where it all when wrong the midterm
- Passed or Failed
- Totally failed at this one.
- Apply the instance of CodeMirror to the element ID after Elm creates the content
- Request Animation Frame?? Nope, no idea?
- The rabbit hole, Elm and Ports
- Me, Elm, and Compile failures *
Realign Expectations, Rethinking learning this stuff
- Ok, so it’s a larger project
- I don’t have a good grasp on Elm
- Core Mission of this Podcast
- LOL, 1 point for attendance
- Pipe Operator, ??
- A bit disheartened with my progress
- A little concerned effort v progress
- Remember learning React and Redux? That was a beast
- but it was in JS, which was still C style object programming
- now it’s functional, is it the paridigm that i’m struggling with ?
- Elm multi-files ? This was a bit of a struggle
- Braking down the problem into small enough chunks ? *
- Astro is a
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- compiles to native code and WebAssembly,
- has no GC,
- has a syntax similar to Python,
- provides full type inference, and
- has first-class support for data-race-free concurrency.
- Astro is a
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