F# provides also a "verbose" syntax which use brackets, so you can choose. The most people in F# use the whitespace sensitive syntax, called "light".
I guess your issue with whitespace sensitivity is about writing the code, while reading is fine?
Do you think, its even more readable?
Not always no.
Depends on the individual language syntax. ^.^
OCaml and F#?
OCaml has first class modules that last I checked F# entirely lacked, so definitely OCaml as that is required for soon-coming implicit witnesses. ^.^
Smalltalk for the low level
Oooo, that looks interesting!
It looks kind of like a smalltalk'ish Terra.
Yeah, something like that. There are so much awesome tools outside, Clojures website and Rich Huckeys talk "Simple made easy" convinced me completely about functional programming, even when F# is still my favorite.
Where do you see the differences between the Elm architecture and Links?
Heh, never heard of it, does not seem to have a lot similar on first comparison. It is built in ocaml. ^.^
I think its propose is similar to your implementation, Bucklescript-TEA.
I add that one to the Wikipedia page of Elm, by the way.
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