But for web apps, the scalm approach is much better, off course.
Anyway you asked for an example ;-)
I'm considering trying to use Scalm on a small site I run. I build and maintain a Scala game engine that follows the same architectural pattern (well, similar) and I'm a long time Elm admirer, so 'm comfortable with how this is supposed to work. I've sent in a PR to upgrade to everything to 2.13.5, and -if- I keep going, would probably want to carry on and upgrade to Scala 3. So my questions is: The repo's been quiet for 3 years, if I work on this does anyone want to be involved? For instance I could use some help with the CI build / release maintenance and also code reviews would be good... or have you all moved on? Either way is cool - just trying to gauge interest. I've only just starting looking at it but I think it's a great little project that was ahead of it's time... but maybe, maybe it's time has come? 🙂 The other essential question is: How are you pronouncing Scalm? Scar-llmm? 😁
The small site I have in mind is just a test case btw. It's currently built in an old version of Elm but it would be better suited to Scala.js - if only there was a framework worth using...
Hello! Thanks for your interest :)
I suggest moving the repository to your own github account/organization