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There are respective fantasy land and static land specs, with the law conformance checks.
I wonder if this will be something that functional libraries like Ramda  or Sanctuary  will be able to benefit from.
One of the reasons these libraries don't work so well with TS is that it doesn't have ML-style whole program inference and hence doesn't work so well with patterns like currying. Hegel seems more capable in that regard.
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I think that it is fine to code perfectly functional apps using TypeScript with React Native and React. You will have a huge community to support you with documentation, libraries, and available labor. Yes, the language has a lot of soundness holes and misses a lot of useful features like pattern matching or type classes but, for me, it is a valid trade-off. There are libraries for better FP programming in TypeScript like fp-ts, io-ts, and fluture.
FP for web/mobile apps in 2022?
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