monad-challenges VS es6-monad-challenge

Compare monad-challenges vs es6-monad-challenge and see what are their differences.

monad-challenges

A set of challenges for jump starting your understanding of monads. (by mightybyte)

es6-monad-challenge

An implementation of the random number kata from monad challenges in ES6 (by ygt-mikekchar)
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monad-challenges

Posts with mentions or reviews of monad-challenges. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-09-16.
  • A good online course/eBook for learning Rust in Functional style?
    9 projects | reddit.com/r/rust | 16 Sep 2021
    One kata that I love is the random number challenge in Mighty Byte's Haskell monad challenges: https://github.com/mightybyte/monad-challenges (doesn't seem to be hosted anywhere any more...) Here is my attempt at making it a bit more straight forward: https://github.com/ygt-mikekchar/applicative-kata Beware, though: it's not finished and there are areas that are downright wrong. Here is a weird ES6 implementation: https://github.com/ygt-mikekchar/es6-monad-challenge
  • Porting monad-challenges to PureScript
    1 project | reddit.com/r/purescript | 5 Mar 2021
    I'm new to contributing to open source. Can someone weigh in on the etiquette on forking the monad-challenges repo to port it to PureScript? The text says it's licensed under Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0), and the only code is MCPrelude.hs, and the LICENSE file looks like it has a standard BSD 3 clause license, so it seems like a fork would be OK. Do people usually contact the authors to get their blessings too?
  • Need help in learning
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/purescript | 3 Mar 2021
    I thought the Monad Challenges at http://mightybyte.github.io/monad-challenges/ were great for that, but is done in Haskell and uses a slightly customized Prelude. Porting to Purescript should be pretty straightforward

es6-monad-challenge

Posts with mentions or reviews of es6-monad-challenge. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-09-16.
  • A good online course/eBook for learning Rust in Functional style?
    9 projects | reddit.com/r/rust | 16 Sep 2021
    One kata that I love is the random number challenge in Mighty Byte's Haskell monad challenges: https://github.com/mightybyte/monad-challenges (doesn't seem to be hosted anywhere any more...) Here is my attempt at making it a bit more straight forward: https://github.com/ygt-mikekchar/applicative-kata Beware, though: it's not finished and there are areas that are downright wrong. Here is a weird ES6 implementation: https://github.com/ygt-mikekchar/es6-monad-challenge

What are some alternatives?

When comparing monad-challenges and es6-monad-challenge you can also consider the following projects:

rust-by-example - Learn Rust with examples (Live code editor included)

Rambda - Faster and smaller alternative to Ramda

rust-fp - The Library for Functional Programming in Rust

book - The Rust Programming Language

fp-core.rs - A library for functional programming in Rust

applicative-kata - Understanding applicative functors by playing with a random number generator (based on Mighty Byte's Monad Kata)

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