Posts tagged webapp

First impressions of Elm

For my next pet project I decided to learn Elm. Elm is a functional language similar to Haskell, that compiles to JavaScript. These are my first impressions so take them with a grain of salt. Syntax Elm’s syntax is similar to Haskell’s. I had tried to learn Haskell a long time ago but failed miserably because […]

First impressions of Elixir + Phoenix

I had been curious about Elixir for some time. After all, the promise of having the best of Erlang with a more palatable syntax was very attractive indeed. A couple of days ago I finally finished a small project in Elixir using the Phoenix web framework, which is a sort of “Elixir on Rails”. These are my first […]

Music Explorer

Lately I’ve worked on several small projects, mostly to learn new technologies. The newest one is music-related: a piano that shows scales and chords “in context”, to learn and explore music theory. The idea came about because my first instrument was the guitar, and music theory is pretty hard to make sense of when you’re […]

The ultimate TODO app

UPDATE: Bubug hasn’t been maintained for a long time and is now deprecated, sorry. The closest equivalent I have to a TODO application is Wiki-toki, my personal Wiki program. I have been quite frustrated by TODO applications for some months now. They’re usually either too simple, or almost too complex and without features that I think are […]