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Frederik Krautwald Frikki

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wclr /
Last active Apr 6, 2018
A way to handle state in cycle.js

A way to handle state in cycle.js

Simple state management with xstream and ramda, in more transparent fashion than onionify

import * as R from 'ramda'

// first we create factory for making special state stream 
// that will hold our stream value and will be modified with supplied streams of reducers
type StateReducer<T> = (state: T) => T
View togglOnTrello.user.js
// ==UserScript==
// @name Toggl on Trello
// @namespace
// @version 0.4
// @description Shows toggl entries that match C### where ### is the card number.
// @author
// @match*/*
// @match*/*
// @require
// @grant GM_setValue
TylorS /
Last active Feb 26, 2017
The perfect functional web application language, according to me :)

Language Specification Wishes

The desire to create a new language has come from my own experiences in programming in a framework I’ve built, Motorcycle.js and the language TypeScript. Motorcycle is very similar to the more popular project Cycle.js. In my current place of employment we are building a rather large and complex application and we have felt the language barriers of ECMAScript and TypeScript much more than we have the programming patterns we have come to use.

This is, currently, a very informal and non-exhaustive list of things I wish a single programming language would have. This language would likely to be very opinionated, and geared towards functional and reactive web applications. In many ways, but not all, I’d like to see a language designed around the programming patterns of Cycle and Motorcycle.

I hope to develop this language in the future, unless someone else beats me to it! Following this is a

RadValentin /
Last active Jun 28, 2021
Solve `yarn.lock` or `package.json` conflicts without losing your mind

NOTE: This guide is ONLY for devs who don't want to edit their yarn.lock file by hand. If you don't care about that please carry on.

So you've pulled the latest master

git checkout master
git pull
briancavalier / except.js
Last active Sep 7, 2017
A simple Either with added exception semantics, like Haskell ExceptT
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// @flow
import { curry2, curry3 } from '@most/prelude'
export type Except<E, A> = Exception<E, A> | Result<E, A>
export const result = <E, A> (a: A): Except<E, A> =>
new Result(a)
export const throwError = <E, A> (e: E): Except<E, A> =>
new Exception(e)
briancavalier / lazy-pair.js
Last active Oct 12, 2017
Fun with a Lazy type and pairs
View lazy-pair.js
// Pair helpers
// Map the first element of a pair
const first = <A, B, C> (f: A => B, [a, c]: [A, C]): [B, C] =>
[f(a), c]
// Map the second element of a pair
const second = <A, B, C> (f: B => C, [a, b]: [A, B]): [A, C] =>
[a, f(b)]