Stabel: How Elm inspired Play

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This is an account of how the Play programming language came to be. It’s important for me that you realize that Elm is likely to be more mature than Play for several years, and that Play would not have existed if not for Elm. That being said, there's a reason why I spend my free time developing an entirely new programming language, and that's because of how it differs from, in my opinion, the best programming language currently available: Elm.


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Stabel is a pure, concatenative and statically typed programming language. It compiles to web assembl...

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