Of course I have.
Well, if I "have" to write client-side code, I want to have a strongly typed, blazing fast language for that.
ReasonML it is. But it is a bit raw (not ready for production) for my taste
But there already are strongly typed languages you can use to write frontend code and V8 (and other VMs are more or less on par) is fast.
You just need to give them a try instead of waiting for the "perfect" solution ;-)
Strongly typed is ambigious term. Elm is statically typed and from ML family, so it most likely sound system (haven't seen formal proof).
Elm solves other problems than C, but - as of today - it is one of the least painful options to write client-side code.
what about elixir and phoenix? they claim some impressive performance.
BTW Phoenix is a server side framework...
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