In this multi-part exercise, you must combine a number of the concepts learned throughout this course. Before starting the exercise, Kyle shares a few observations about the process of learning functional programming.
- Hopefully, some of those ideas of functional programming,…light, functional light programming…have been stirring around in your head.…Closures and recursions and mutable value usage…and things like that.…We're going to finish up our workshop with an exercise.…Exercise four is basically…the last thing we'll do in this workshop.…And the goal here is to sort of walk through…some steps that make you practice that…and to borrow the term to compose…those ideas together a bit.…
It's still silly problem solving.…We would be here all day if I tried to give you…like a real program and tried to in context do that.…So they're still silly, simple academic-like examples,…but hopefully they're a little more concrete.…And we can start to figure out…how these things fit together.…So, we're going to start with this empty ex4.js.…And rather than this being exercise that…I just turn you loose on for the next 30 minutes…and have you do yourself,…we're going to kind of make this a little bit interactive.…
I'm going to say some stuff and I'll stop for a minute…
This course was created by Frontend Masters. It was originally released on 03/08/2016. We're pleased to host this training in our library.
- Pure functions
- Manual composition
- Composition utility
- List operations
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Pure Functions
2. Composition and Immutability
3. Closure and Recursion
4. List Operations
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