I am curious if anybody is already working on or considering making an integration with inertia.js. I am very curious about rails + inertia.js + elm. I wonder if it would work out nicely.
I found this sketch so far - inertia-elm-experiment/Inertia.elm at master · sebastiandedeyne/inertia-elm-experiment · GitHub
Overall I am intrigued by blitz.js and inertia.js zero api approaches, but I am unsure if it would result in cleaner overall front end and backend or if a regular spa + rest API would end up with a cleaner result.
The Elm Architecture or TEA is a rock-solid replacement for almost all the state management problems in modern SPAs. Its design and implementation is so simple and powerful that tools like Redux and Vue influenced by it! Thanks @evancz
Search Engine Optimization
It’s a known issue that SPAs built for public-facing web applications lack the proper support of major search engine crawlers, but key players like Google provides some sort of indexing based on web standards in your application. Besides this, there are some projects in the Elm community which address this issue like elm-starter, elm-static or elm-pages. Thanks @lucamug @dillonkearns
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