Toolkit: a Library for functional programming in TypeScript

Alex Alex 17 December 2019
Toolkit: a Library for functional programming in TypeScript

The Library Toolkit has been developed for the functional programming in TypeScript. You should make it possible to use often-used Patterns from functional programming languages in TypeScript. Currently the Toolkit is in Version 0.14.

Purify was designed with the aim of enabling functional programming in TypeScript. To do this, providing Tools to make it easier to read and edit Code. Moreover, useful patterns and abstractions can be used for functional programming languages in TypeScript.

Purify itself was written in TypeScript, and provides functions for the secure work with native objects, such as Arrays. The Library can be integrated into any TypeScript project. The developers dispense with advanced type features, in favor of a simple type definitions. To port instead of a Standard Library in any other language chosen by the Toolkit developer for a Curated API.

Purify can be used both for the Frontend and for the Backend. Currently the Library is in Version 0.14. While the developers assume that the first Major Release in the near future to announce, are not Bindings provided to larger Libraries such as React or Angular.

All information on Purify, see the official website and GitHub to.

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Source: entwickler.de

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