PureScript by Example

PureScript by Example Learn functional programming for the web by solving practical problems using the PureScript programming language PureScript By Example will motivate functional programming techniques like maps folds

  • Title: PureScript by Example
  • Author: Phil Freeman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 382
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  • Learn functional programming for the web by solving practical problems using the PureScript programming language PureScript By Example will motivate functional programming techniques like maps, folds, type classes and monads by applying them to real world problems such as form validation, AJAX callbacks and drawing with the canvas.

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    1. A good intro into Purescript, but it will be a a bit fast moving for someone who hasn't been previously exposed to typed FP. If you find yourself stuck, I suggest going through the Haskellbook (Haskell from first principles), Haskell and Purescript are similar enough that you can mix and match learning resources.


    2. This is a great book about PureScript and thus about functional programming, even though not all FP concepts are explained deeply, so a newcomer may not understand everything. The book covers a lot of topics, including applicatives, monads, purescript FFI, property-based testing, and even free monads. The exercises are very helpful to understand the material, I wish there were more of them.I read the older version while using the newer psc 0.11 compiler, so I had to fix a number of errors, but i [...]


    3. Fast moving intro to FP. It will require some participation and effort by the reader to fully comprehend some of the material. The real world examples were helpful (especially the chapter on React). Writing style is concise and to the point. The code examples on github were really helpful to understanding the material.


    4. This is a decent introduction to PureScript. Coming from a Haskell background the content was easy to follow. I am, however, quite certain that if I did not have experience with Haskell I would have had difficulty grasping the concepts from the explanations in this book alone. I think the book should expand on the explanations if it wants to target people unfamiliar with Haskell. On the other hand, PureScript and Haskell are so similar that one could probably read this book alongside Learn You A [...]


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