I want to thank you @rtfeldman for the brilliant presentations on Youtube some years ago (recent ones are also brilliant) that made me realize that there is actually a lot better alternatives than React out there ( I loved React at that time, but I would never ever dream of doing anything in React now after experiencing how short it comes compared to Elm ). You made me want to start using Elm and I am so glad I did!
Thank you @evancz for this amazing project and for keeping it so pure + making sure the core libraries fits so nice together. That would not be possible if the work was distributed to loads of people. The guides and presentations is always so well written. You are an inspiration for me.
I also want to thank @evancz for the amazing Parser library wich makes me suddenly confident to parse any files, and totally rethink how parsers should work, it has open so many doors for me.
Elm-UI by @mdgriffith !! This library is so amazing and a reason alone to use Elm. It enables me to be so much more productive in everything I put on a screen. And things just line up as they should (not a case when I was using CSS). There is no need for any CSS framework because it is so easy to make whatever you need on the fly. I cannot bare the thought of going back to regular Html and CSS now when I know elm-ui exists. Just like I cannot go back to writing React from Elm.
I also want to thank @avh4 for the amazing elm-format. I am one of your superhappy silent users. Keep up you great judgement on formatting
Thank you @halfzebra for create-elm-app ! I use it for all my projects. I really like that i can use it also in full production for really complicated applications that uses service workers, webworkers, npm libraries and local dev proxies all without ejecting.
Recently I have aslo been using the vsCode elm extensionn by @razze all day long. It is already great and seems to get better over time. I really like it!