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What Does "If It Compiles, It Works" Really Mean?
Does Elm fill in your business logic and build your app for you, or fix bugs in your code's logic? If not, then how can it be that "if it compiles, it works?"
Types Without Borders Isn't Enough
When you preserve type information across environments, you know that if it compiles it works. Pairing that with a functional-style API makes it truly...
When It Compiles, But Doesn't Work
In Elm code, "if it compiles, it works." Does that come for free? Let's see if we can find Elm code where "it compiles, but it doesn't work" to see what we can...