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Loops, Array Methods, and Recursion
2 projects | dev.to | 18 Nov 2021
If this approach interests you, you can dive even deeper by surveying the various array functions available in popular utility libraries suchs Lodash and (for even more extreme examples) Ramda. These libraries include composable functions (not array prototype methods) that are extremely useful once you get familiar with them.
3 projects | reddit.com/r/u_liaguris | 18 Nov 2021
https://github.com/lodash/lodash : document/example and implement with js doc in the same place3 projects | reddit.com/r/u_liaguris | 18 Nov 2021
29 projects | dev.to | 13 Nov 2021
Popular 'coa' NPM library hijacked to steal user passwords
Personally, I try my best to avoid bringing in dependencies as much as possible, and try to limit my exposure to only dependencies with low/shallow transitive dependency counts. Unfortunately, this is pretty hard, especially in corporate settings. What we need more of are the opposite of what we've been collectively praising: we need more monolithic packages. Case in point: lodash.template is currently vulnerable with no mitigation, even though lodash itself is not. That's just sloppy publishing practices. Esbuild is a great start over the webpack/babel maze of dependencies. There's a stdlib effort along those lines that hopefully would also help. There's a bunch of micro-frameworks that are used in production just fine and have little to no dependencies.
Sharing and bundling multiple vendor bundles into one vendor bundle using Webpack’s module federation and split chunks plugins
3 projects | dev.to | 5 Nov 2021
How do I learn how to access complicated objects in an API response?
1 project | reddit.com/r/learnprogramming | 29 Oct 2021
If the built-in array methods aren't sufficient, you can use a library like lodash: https://lodash.com/
3 ways to import node modules in deno
2 projects | dev.to | 23 Oct 2021
I got that URL by going to the file on GitHub and then clicking the raw button.
Is the _.pipe function not in lodash anymore ? I tried to import it as i saw in a tutorial but couldn't use it. Are there things to know when importing lodash that i may have missed ?
1 project | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 23 Oct 2021
It was combined into the main lodash package awhile back. So you would npm i lodash like you probably already have. When you import however, you need to import from lodash/fp. Take a look at the guide they have in their repo: https://github.com/lodash/lodash/wiki/FP-Guide
BREAKING!! NPM package ‘ua-parser-js’ with more than 7M weekly download is compromised
32 projects | reddit.com/r/programming | 22 Oct 2021
A good online course/eBook for learning Rust in Functional style?
9 projects | reddit.com/r/rust | 16 Sep 2021
I usually use a libraries like this or this to have monads and "auto-curriyng" in my code in JS. It seems that Rust is indeed lacks of those libraries, the only ones which I could find are fp_rust and fp_core . Both of them are not widely used as of now
What are some alternatives?
lazy.js - Like Underscore, but lazier