9: Union Types, save me from myself

A dive into Union Types, with it's ability to represent complex data type, we are gonna really want to understand and leverage this power when the data in our app can take on different forms at different times. When you have uniquely shaped data, reach for a union type.

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8: Types with Help

Compiler help. The promise of Elm is no runtime errors. This has been proven in large code bases like that of NoRedInk. But how can it make such a claim? Elm has a strong, static type system.

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7: Deeper Understanding with Haskell

We take a slight detour with this episode from the Elm Architecture to dive into the Language Haskell. Elm is very Haskell like, and borrows a lot of types, terminology, and syntax from this pure functional language. So it's a good idea to understand where Elm is coming from, so we have a better understanding of where we're going.

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6: Elm Architecture with Effects

We will take a look at the some of the deeper features of the Elm Architecture. So instead of producing Html from from update in the Elm runtime, we're going to produce Commands and Subscriptions. Like Htlm, we are going to describe what we want with some data, and let the Elm runtime do the actual work for us. Isn't this great?!

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5: Elm Architecture

Looking into the Elm architecture in detail, what is, how it evolved, and more importantly how to apply it to our Elm projects.

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