I wrote a blog post to show off the new
StaticHttp feature in
elm-pages. You can use it to make HTTP requests where you can guarantee that the data is present and loads/decodes without errors before the user ever sees it! So there is no error or loading state in your code, that’s all handled at build-time by the
elm-pages framework. It’s an exciting step for elm-pages, and there are more features to come building on top of this API! Hope you enjoy.
Feedback and questions are welcome in the #elm-pages channel on Slack!