Since the initial release of elm-concurrent-task, there’s been a few small additions and fixes that I’ve put into
- Support for
elm/bytesin ConcurrentTask.Http - you can now send and receive
Bytesin http requests.
- Added withMetadata helper that lets you decode http metadata in a successful http response.
- Added ConcurrentTask.debug which lets you peek at the current value of a task.
- Support for using
npmpackage (this makes it a lot easier to use concurrent-task without a bundler in NodeJS).
- Fixed an edge case where switching back and forth between two pages in a single page application (each page with their own
ConcurrentTask.Pool) would cause in flight tasks from a previous page init to be picked up by the current one.
- ConcurrentTask.Time.getZoneName calls correct builtin function, thanks @lue-bird for spotting this.
Hope folks using this find these useful, and as always - very open to any feedback!