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Mastering JavaScript Functional Programming


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English | ISBN: 1787287440 | 2017 | EPUB | 386 Pages | 2,3 MB

Master Functional Programming techniques with this comprehensive guide for writing cleaner, safer, high-performing JavaScript codes

About This Book
Become proficient and skilled with Functional Programming in JavaScript to solve real-world development problems
Successfully apply Functional Programming concepts and techniques to everyday JavaScript programming
Bring modularity, reusability, testability, and performance to your web apps
Who This Book Is For
If you are a JavaScript developer and want to apply functional programming techniques, then this book is for you. Only a basic knowledge of the concepts of functional programming is required for this book.

What You Will Learn
Create more reliable code with closures and immutable data
Convert existing methods into pure functions, and loops into recursive methods
Develop more powerful applications with currying and function composition
Separate the logic of your system from implementation details
Implement composition and chaining techniques to simplify coding
Use functional programming techniques where it makes the most sense
In Detail
Functional programming is a programming paradigm for developing software using functions. Learning to use functional programming is a good way to write more concise code, with greater concurrency and performance. The JavaScript language is particularly suited to functional programming.

This book provides comprehensive coverage of the major topics in functional programming with JavaScript to produce shorter, clearer, and testable programs.

You'll delve into functional programming; including writing and testing pure functions, reducing side-effects, and other features to make your applications functional in nature.

Specifically, we'll explore techniques to simplify coding, apply recursion for loopless coding, learn ways to achieve immutability, implement design patterns, and work with data types.

By the end of this book, you'll have developed the JavaScript skills you need to program functional applications with confidence.

Style and approach
This book takes an easy-to-follow, step-by-step tutorial approach. You will make the most of JavaScript programming with a focus on the progression of functional programming techniques, styles, and detailed information about JavaScript libraries.
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