Packt Publishing | Learn to Write Functional Javascript

Packt Publishing | Learn to Write Functional Javascript
English | Size: 1.17 GB
Category: CBTS

Functional Programming in context that matters for web developers
Learn how the functional style can help you code better starting today
Experience and practice the critical concepts required to master functional programming

Functional programming has been around for decades, but it only overtook the JavaScript community in recent years. The impact is undeniable and yet with all the material available it still isn’t always easy to grok.

This course delivers the building blocks of the functional paradigm in a way that makes sense to JavaScript developers. Animated visualizations help explain difficult concepts such as higher-order functions, lenses and persistent data, partial application and currying and then write code so you understand concepts before trying to apply the knowledge them.

Many functional programming videos leave students feeling as if they just learned something that can’t quite be useful, but in Foundations of Functional Programming you’ll build stateless UI components and implement your own higher-order functions that integrate them with JSX and virtual-dom using no frameworks, just functional programming and modern JavaScript.

Table of Contents
Chapter 1 : Understanding Foundations of Functional Programming
The Course Overview
The Unbreakable Function
Thinking of Functions in Terms of Their Return Values
How to Identify and Encapsulate Impurities within Our Programs
Chapter 2 : Abstracting Language Constructs with Higher-Order Functions
Promoting Reusability with Higher-Order Functions
Replacing Loops with Higher-Order Functions
A Better Way to Map and Filter
Reasoning with Reduce
Rendering UI Components with Higher-Order Functions
Chapter 3 : Partial Application and Currying
What Partial Application and Curry Mean?
Improving Higher-Order Functions with Partial Application
Writing a Utility to Curry Functions
Combining Map, Filter, and Reduce with Curried Functions
Chapter 4 : Working with Data and Stateless Components
Understanding Mutable and Immutable Data
Simplifying Immutability Using Lenses
Rendering Our Data into the DOM
Using JSX and Virtual-DOM for Readability and Performance

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