Andrey is a frontend engineer at SoundCloud. His journey into Elm was through programming games, most notably elm-flatris and elm-street-404. The latter got him interested in WebGL and then he became a maintainer of the library. Apart from work, he enjoys live music in Berlin and is a yoga newbie.
The WebGL library got a new home in the Elm Community organization. Version 2.0 came with lots of new features and improvements to the API. It’s now much more friendly for newcomers.
I’ll show you cool graphics demos as well as explain some of the basics. My hope is that you leave feeling inspired to start some of your own WebGL projects using our new library.Slides