In the last part #2 of the purescript series I got Purescript and it's executable installed, using yarn. Pulp seems to be the default "build system and package manager for PureScript projects" as Bodil Stokke states in her 1st commit to the project. Let me explore it a bit.
This post is my 2nd write-down inspired by "Purescript by Example", the book by Phil Freeman, the author of purescript. Now about chapter 2, where I install Purescript and touch the tools for the first time. I am gonna use
yarn instead of
npm, let's see how that goes :).
I just stumbled over https://imgix.com which looks like it could speed up a website building process and reduce the time one needs to invest in preparing images.
What the heck does
-%} mean in a Jinja template?
On the famous c2 wiki find "Alan Kay On Messaging". His words are from the year 1998 and still so true. And I am only close to the beginning of really understanding. But I have to, as usual, extract some of the key points for me. Make sure to read the entire message anyways, it's really very short!
Pharo is a pure object-oriented programming language and a powerful environment, focused on simplicity and immediate feedback (think IDE and OS rolled into one).