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I decided to learn functional programming, so I picked up Elm (a FRP language that compiles to HTML5) and went for it. The side-effect? An article: https://goo.gl/ibVgug
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Yeah, the syntax is a big departure from JS and other C syntax descendants. But that doesn't mean it's bad, quite the opposite actually.
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I just started learning FRP, and decided to go with Elm. This is what I learned in the first week or two.
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I made this minimalistic watch face for Android Wear. Please check it out and comment!

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ohanhi.measure
Measure Watch Face Minimal & functional digital watch face for Android Wear...
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+Trond Schertel True, there is a lot of visual resemblance going on. Great minds think alike, I guess.

What I was after though was a very functional, quick-to-read watch face, which in my mind means big digital numbers.
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Wrote a blog post on building a currency converter declaratively — with +Polymer data-bindings only!
Lately I’ve been having a lot of fun with Google’s Polymer, trying out different patterns of creating web apps with it. Polymer is a future-oriented frontend library based on Web Components standards. I have a strong feeling Web Components
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Wrote a blog post on building a currency converter declaratively — with +Polymer data-bindings only!
Lately I’ve been having a lot of fun with Google’s Polymer, trying out different patterns of creating web apps with it. Polymer is a future-oriented frontend library based on Web Components standards. I have a strong feeling Web Components
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Nice
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Does this happen to you? Screen is unlocked but notifications think it is locked and thus don't show their contents.
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Well... Just locking and unlocking again makes the notifications show their contents as per usual, so this must be a bug of some sort.
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Paper is a new material design inspired GTK theme, which is currently in beta. "Its design is ...
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I understand the 0.8 marks a shift away from the expression syntax and even two-way databinding to some extent. What is your idea of how you should lay out the data flow in a larger application?

As an example: We built a Polymer app that fetches project data from a database, and categorizes the projects on the frontend. The user can then filter, sort and like/unlike the shown projects. The likes are persisted in the database and filters/sorting in localstorage. How would you design the data flow for this application?

PS. I've already got a +Polymer laptop skin, I'd very much like some more swag! :)
https://twitter.com/ohanhi/status/579926912639832065?s=09
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+Ossi Hanhinen great article! I just posted it over on the polymer slack channel (bit.ly/polymerslack).


Cycle looks really neat, I hope I can find some time to play with it. So many cool things being built these days :)
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Are you ready for #UbuntuGNOME 15.04 Beta 2 or not yet? better to get ready ;)

https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-gnome/2015-March/002877.html

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Getting Ready for 15.04 Beta 2 (Final Beta). Ali/amjjawad amjjawad at gnome.org. Mon Mar 23 00:34:28 UTC 2015. Previous message: Korean Translation; Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ]. Hi everyone, Long time no email :) As you may know, the final Beta for 15.04 is few ...
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Wrote a blog post on building a currency converter declaratively — with +Polymer data-bindings only!
Lately I’ve been having a lot of fun with Google’s Polymer, trying out different patterns of creating web apps with it. Polymer is a future-oriented frontend library based on Web Components standards. I have a strong feeling Web Components
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thanks for sharing
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Wrote a blog post on building a currency converter declaratively — with +Polymer data-bindings only!
Lately I’ve been having a lot of fun with Google’s Polymer, trying out different patterns of creating web apps with it. Polymer is a future-oriented frontend library based on Web Components standards. I have a strong feeling Web Components
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Here's a real-life battery graph for the Sony SW3. The dent in the middle is 1h of offline music listening (playing on BT headset). 
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Mine doesn't seem to get that great of life. I'm lucky to get 8 hours before i feel the need for a charge
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