Elixir changed my worldview.
I have a feeling Elm is also something that will radically change how I write clientside code. What’s the best paid material to learn Elm with practical examples highlighting how to use it?
This is coming out in “February” but no actual date confirmed.
Appreciate the suggestions.
I don’t know about best, but his helped me get started: https://courses.knowthen.com/p/elm-beyond-the-basics
Might be worth asking in their discourse as well: https://discourse.elm-lang.org/
There is also from pragmatic bookshelf Programming Elm.
I did not read it, but some folks here were waiting for it.
3 years ago I tried multiple times to learn Elm and I didn’t really get it. Then I took the Pragmatic Studio course and in 3-4 hours I understood the essence of the language. I have been completely blown off.
I think that the course your talking about will accelerate your learning.You’ll find it super interesting and so refreshing. Trust me you will not regret it.
If you have any questions, go to the Elm #beginners Slack channel. In this channel there are no stupid questions.
I took it about 5 months ago. It was updated for 0.18.
Pragmatic Studios has a way of teaching in a way that really sticks. I definitely recommend it: https://pragmaticstudio.com/courses/elm
I believe prag studio are planning on doing a course on Phoenix/elm, which I believe is the one OP linked:
Also highly recommend the elm course by them - nice and methodical and, dare I say it, pragmatic.