Richard Feldman Discusses Elm and How It Compares to React.js for Front-end Programming

.@rtfeldman discusses #Elmlang and how it compares to #ReactJS for front-end programming:

  • In this podcast Wesley Reisz talks to Richard Feldman about Elm, a front-end focussed functional programming language that compiles to JavaScript.
  • Where are the sticky parts of Elm?
  • QCon is a practitioner-driven conference designed for technical team leads, architects, and project managers who influence software innovation in their teams.
  • QCon takes place 7 times per year in London, New York, San Francisco, Sao Paolo, Beijing, Shanghai & Tokyo.
  • QCon London is at its 11th Edition and will take place Mar 6-10, 2017.

Richard Feldman talks about Elm, a front-end focussed functional programming language that compiles to JavaScript. Feldman covers being an early adopter of Elm, the architecture of Elm, immutability, semantic versioning and more. He also compares Elm to some popular JavaScript frameworks including React.

@ReactiveConf: .@rtfeldman discusses #Elmlang and how it compares to #ReactJS for front-end programming:

In this podcast Wesley Reisz talks to Richard Feldman about Elm, a front-end focussed functional programming language that compiles to JavaScript. Feldman covers being an early adopter of Elm, the architecture of Elm, immutability, semantic versioning and more.  He also compares Elm to some of the JavaScript frameworks including React.

22m:00s If you’re using an existing build tool, such as gulp or grunt, and you want to integrate it in along with existing tools like webpack, then Elm can integrate with that as well.

What’s the size of the generated code?

If the state is immutable, isn’t the state update expensive?

What’s the Elm community like?

QCon is a practitioner-driven conference designed for technical team leads, architects, and project managers who influence software innovation in their teams. QCon takes place 7 times per year in London, New York, San Francisco, Sao Paolo, Beijing, Shanghai & Tokyo. QCon London is at its 11th Edition and will take place Mar 6-10, 2017. 100+ expert practitioner speakers, 1300+ attendees and 18 tracks will cover topics driving the evolution of software development today. Visit  qconlondon.com  to get more details.

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Richard Feldman Discusses Elm and How It Compares to React.js for Front-end Programming