Op dinsdag 11 oktober 2016 09:45:57 UTC+2 schreef Did:
> Thanks for your reply! Is there a better way to do this or this is a
> common solution in elm?
Well, this is the best way I can think of :)
But seriously, as soon as your app grows, some functions in this setup may
become big and bloated, with lots of unnecessarily repeated code. Then (and
only then) you may want to separate out some functions to separate files.
That would very much depend on the direction in which your app will grow
- If your article gets 20 fields instead of , you could put all fields
in a Dict, and have a generic update function that takes a key, and updates
the field in the Dict.
- If you get extensive validation on fields, you may have separate
validation on fields before updating model.
- If your ID will be provided by a server, rather than your client, that
bit of code may change.
- If IDs are generated in the client in lots of other places, you could
have a separate ID generator helper.
- If you want to allow editing of an existing single line, you will need
to need a modify (instead of add) function
- If you want to allow editing multiple lines at once, ..
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