Quite a lot has changed in the Elm ecosystem between version 0.18 and 0.19, so here are some notes I jotted down while upgrading a few small apps.
Confidently test your Jekyll site, and bypass the Github Pages gem to publish the site that you want to production.
QMK and Plover can get your Ergodox singing steno chords.
Coding in Ruby is full of sweetness and light, but where there is light, shadows are cast.
Getting a keyboard with programmable firmware can enable you to uniquely personalise how you use your keyboard.
Phoenix 1.4 has changed its front end configuration framework from Brunch to webpack.
Internationalisation would seem to be a deceptively complex problem using Elm.
Visually explore package and module dependencies in an Elm project to help architect your app.
Change your API from set menu to à la carte.
Configuring Elm for use in a Phoenix 1.3 app using Brunch.