Why do we need modules at all?

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  • elib1

    An Erlang library and collection of applications

  • client-zip

    A client-side streaming ZIP generator

    Absolutely! Here’s one I found very useful just the other day, client-zip: https://github.com/Touffy/client-zip#usage

    (Three functions rather than one, but it’s one main entrypoint and a couple of minor variants.)

    I think this is a really well-designed API, and greatly preferable to a more fine-grained OO approach. It does a lot of work under the hood but keeps it carefully contained so you don’t get a bunch of dependency sprawl.

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  • Immer

    Create the next immutable state by mutating the current one

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