ionide-vscode-fsharp VS proposal-pipeline-operator

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A proposal for adding a useful pipe operator to JavaScript. (by tc39)
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Posts with mentions or reviews of ionide-vscode-fsharp. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-12-20.


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  • JavaScript Evolutsiyasi Qisqa Satrlarda!
    7 projects | | 12 May 2022
    Pipeline operatori UNIXdagi pipe utilitasiga o'xshash asosan funksional tillarga tegishli bo'lgan mexanizmni JS fuksiyalarida ishlatish imkonini beradi.
  • Have you tried piping your javascript funtions?
    1 project | | 2 May 2022
    Sources/Reads freecodecamp github
  • Advanced Programming Languages
    1 project | | 6 Mar 2022
    So really monads are essentially an abbreviated syntax? Chaining functions, where (some of) the arguments are hidden from the language syntax and inserted by the compiler?

    How does that relate to “pipe operator” as in

    Are monads also linear types? I mean, if I have a monad which represents system IO state, each value of system state can only be consumed once in actual execution, I can’t split the IO state in two and print different outputs on each branch. But I can do that in a conditional expression because only one branch is ever actually realised. For IO state, data branching is only allowed when guarded by control branching.

  • Features of a dream programming language: 2nd draft.
    16 projects | | 10 Feb 2022
    No Place-oriented programming (PLOP), iow. avoid order-dependence at almost any cost, since it isn't adaptable/scalable. Inspired by Clojure. This goes for reorderability of expressions due to pure functions having no side-effects. Such reordering is desired since it allows structuring programs in a finish-to-start/high-to-low-level) manner, enabling the reader to incrementally drill down into the code with the underlying implementation (same reason that JS has function hoisting). Order-independence also goes for parameter lists to functions. I don't want to have to use a _ placeholder for places where there could be a parameter, just because I didn't supply one. Shouldn't have to sacrifice piping just to get named arguments, either (piping should use an explicit pipe operator). Counter-inspired by Elm, and inspired by Hack. Consequence (?): would need a data structure like a record but which ideally can be accessed in an order-independent manner.
  • Rails is not written in Ruby
    4 projects | | 4 Feb 2022
    Same thing, but for JavaScript:

    Going forward, the pipe operator is going to be showing up in many new languages. I've used elixir a lot, and the pipe operator is a genius piece of syntactic sugar.

  • ReScript - a robustly typed language that compiles to efficient and human-readable JavaScript. It comes with a lightning fast compiler toolchain that scales to any codebase size
    2 projects | | 2 Feb 2022
    Yep. I have played around with it and it is fun. Would be psyched if JS adds a similar piping syntax like the one it uses -
  • How to use Dependency Injection in Functional Programming
    5 projects | | 16 Jan 2022
    Doing the equivalent functionality in Functional Programming requires a function to read the file, parse it, snag off the environment, and determine which URL to return based on that environment. We do that by making each of those steps a function, and composing them together. We’re using the Stage 2 JavaScript pipeline operator below in F# style:
  • What is the best pattern here?
    1 project | | 7 Jan 2022
    The best pattern is the pipeline operator of course. Just kidding, it's only a stage 2 proposal. Although I understand that successive reassignments might improve readability, I do believe a binding that isn't meant to change should always be declared with const. As someone who'll take an OO approach whenever possible, though, it's not an issue I'm often faced with. I can just break down the transformation steps into as many methods as I deem necessary until the code reads well enough.
  • Introducing Metho: Safely adding superpowers to JS
    1 project | | 6 Jan 2022
    and if the pipeline operator ever gets passed, you can write it like:
  • Managing Application State with Algebraic Effects
    2 projects | | 31 Dec 2021
    If you're familiar with Node's Stream API (or pretty much any functional programming language) you'll recognize a pipeline in the making. Here's how it would look if the Hack-style pipelines currently favored in the (still-very-unsettled) TC39 Pipeline proposal) were adopted:

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You-Dont-Need-Lodash-Underscore - List of JavaScript methods which you can use natively + ESLint Plugin

elmish - Elm-like abstractions for F# apps

content - The content behind MDN Web Docs

proposal-partial-application - Proposal to add partial application to ECMAScript