Ever wanted to build mobile apps in Elm? We are making it possible. Harnessing the power of React Native, we are looking to bring the same great Elm developer experience we know and love from web front-end to mobile apps. This talk is about where we currently are with the Elm Native UI project, and where it is heading.
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Mobile apps in Elm
Ossi is building apps for browsers to run and users to enjoy at Futurice. He likes to constantly challenge his views on user interface programming, and lately has gravitated towards functional programming and strong typing with the Elm language. Ossi has started two separate customer projects (both of them ongoing) using the language, making Futurice one of the first commercial users of Elm. He is also the main contributor behind Elm Native UI.