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  1. A starter template for building a single-page-application with PureScript and React.

    PureScript 9

  2. Provides a Purescript wrapper around react-testing-library to be used with purescript-react-basic-hooks

    PureScript 11

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    # Getting started with Purescript Native
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    ### Prerequisites
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    In order to be ready to start working with purescript native, you will need three things:
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     1. Go
  4. psgotest Public

    PureScript

  5. go-ffi Public

    Forked from andyarvanitis/purescript-native-go-ffi

    Go foreign export implementations for the standard library

    Go

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January 2022

Created 1 repository

Created a pull request in working-group-purescript-es/zephyr that received 2 comments

Add support for ES modules and (0.15.0)

I tried to integrate kl0tl's changes from here When I try this build of zephyr on my nextjs project I get the following error: zephyr: An internal …

+91 −48 2 comments

Created an issue in natefaubion/purescript-tidy that received 6 comments

Add option to not format in case of ParseErrors

I have my formatter running very frequently (on save, and I have auto-save on lose focus). I find that often when I forget closing a parenthesis or…

6 comments
Opened 2 other issues in 2 repositories
purescript-contrib/setup-purescript 1 open
MaybeJustJames/zephyr 1 open
14 contributions in private repositories Jan 5 – Jan 17

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