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The Structure of an Elm Application

Most languages when they are in their infancy, tend to be considered "toy languages" and are only used for trivial or small projects. But this is not the case with Elm, where its true power shines in complex and large applications.

It is not only possible to build some parts of an application in Elm and integrate those components into a larger JS application, but it is also possible to build the entire application without touching any other language making it an excellent alternative to JS frameworks like React.

In this article, we will explore the structure of an Elm application using a simple site to manage plain-text documents as an example.

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