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By replacing msg with Msg , we’ve made the update function much more restrictive. It now accepts only two messages: Increment and Decrement . Before, it could accept any message.

We’ve created a mechanism for handling messages, but we still don’t have a way to create them. Modify the view function to fire messages when the + and - buttons are clicked.

The message type changed from msg to Msg in the view function too. Previously, the HTML returned by view wasn’t creating any messages, so we just used msg . Now, it uses the onClick function from the Html.Events module to generate messages of type Msg . Import the Html.Events module in Counter.elm .

Refresh the page at http://localhost:8000/elm-examples/Counter.elm and you should be able to increment and decrement the counter.

The Elm Architecture essentially boils down to these three parts: Model, View, and Update. The entire application can be viewed as one giant machine that runs in perpetuity. It takes an initial model, presents it to the users, lets them issue messages from the view, updates the model based on those messages, and presents the updated model back to the users again.

The diagram below illustrates the interaction between the Elm runtime and various components in our app.

Not sure if you noticed, but we didn’t include the main function’s type annotation when we defined it. Let’s ask Elm what the type should be. Delete the build-artifacts directory located inside beginning-elm/elm-stuff and run the following command from the beginning-elm directory in terminal.

As mentioned in the elm-make section, the warn flag tells elm-make to print warnings in addition to errors. Don’t forget to mention the output JavaScript file ( counter.js ). Otherwise, elm-make will overwrite the beginning-elm/index.html .

elm-make doesn’t recompile our code if nothing has changed since the last compilation. By deleting the build-artifacts directory, we’re forcing it to recompile. Without recompilation, the warnings won’t be displayed.

Copy and paste the type annotation from the warning right above the main function in Counter.elm .

You can use that trick in the future if you can’t figure out a function’s type annotation from its implementation. The main function doesn’t have one specific type. Back in the Easier Code Organization section, main had Html.Html msg as its type.

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