4 posts found under,

functional programming

This article is the continuation of A Functional Programming Primer, where we gently introduced the concept of functional programming. Composition and associativity are more advanced parts of functional programming. It might seem daunting at first, but as we dive further, it gets clearer. Composition can also be expressed as combination. It shows the directional flow of data in our declaratively written code by combining multiple functions in a h

Functional programming (FP) has seen a rise in usage within the past half decade with the introduction of libraries like React. We get to use some of these libraries that encourage declarative programming and functional paradigm, yet many are intimidated by the term functional programming because it is often followed by jargon terminology like monads, functors, lambda calculus, currying, transducers... When the year started, we explored the state

You may or may not know this already, but you can follow a functional approach when using React's setState(), We usually update our state just passing an object describing the changes we would like to make and let React assign those values and trigger an update, but... But... how? You can pass a function to setState() that takes state and props as params and returns your desired state, which React will use for the update. You can go from: // Incr

Some consider it an unholy arcana. Others hail it as the future of programming. What cannot be denied, however, is that, with the advent of Redux and Elm, the interest in functional programming has exploded. We have talked with an X-Teamer who has been a part of the functional programming community for a long time. Michal Kawalec, a dedicated member of the Haskell community, has shared with us his thoughts on all things FP. Michal, thank you for

Scale your
Development team

We help you execute projects by providing trusted developers who can join your team and immediately start delivering high-quality code.

Hire Developers
functional programming