This is the fourth post on my favorite functions and patterns in functional programming. Today, I’m sharing the function `debounce`.
Welcome to the second installation in my series on functions and patterns in functional programming, featuring function: curry, named after Haskell Curry.
The Blockchain. I ignored it for so long. Too much hype. Too many stories of fraud. Those things are enough, but I absolutely hated…
Once he wrote his own implementation of Conway’s Game of Life, Jonathan finally felt like a real programmer. He continues to apply this tactic when learning a new language or library. Here, he shares the results of using it on Ramda.
Jason had a theory: He dislikes abbreviations and acronyms, ambiguity and magic. And he likes explicitness and clarity. So he wondered why some code naming conventions seem to punish verbosity (when it’s required) and what this all has to do with language naming conventions.
You’ve tested. You’ve deployed. Your work is out in the wild. Then – WHAT IS THAT on your bug report? Oh… You have users on Internet Explorer. Jason shares how to test using Windows Virtual Machine on the MacBook.
Don’t use JSON as a configuration file format, unless you have to. Here are all the reasons why – and what to use instead.
A great way to save hours of time is to always keep cross-browser best practices in mind throughout the process of developing a new site.