These are chat archives for ramda/ramda

26th
Jan 2015
Scott Sauyet
@CrossEye
Jan 26 2015 02:18
@jethrolarson: We've moved away from aliases, with very few left at all. And yes there are still inconsistencies. I agree with @davidchambers' assessment. We should probably also change to composeP and pipeP or composePromise and pipePromise,
Arnau Siches
@arnau
Jan 26 2015 02:32
+1 to keeping names long if needed (composePromise over composeP)
Dmitriy Plekhanov
@onemanstartup
Jan 26 2015 04:19
Design maybe is better, but now there are 1) broken links 2) no category filter 3) no link to github 4) I was confused when happened so many breaking changes and there is no changelog. Maybe last past was more frustrating.
David Chambers
@davidchambers
Jan 26 2015 06:32
In lieu of a changelog, see #753.
Raine Virta
@raine
Jan 26 2015 07:24
lack of category filter is a big deal
visually the docs are an improvement but breaking existing features is bad 8-)
David Chambers
@davidchambers
Jan 26 2015 07:34

Ghetto category filtering:

Array.prototype.slice.call(document.getElementsByClassName('label-category'))
.filter(function(el) { return el.innerText !== 'Math'; })
.map(function(el) { return el.parentNode.parentNode; })
.forEach(function(el) { return el.parentNode.removeChild(el); })

Replace 'Math' with the name of the category of interest. ;)

nomosyn
@nomosyn
Jan 26 2015 13:59
"lack of category filter is a big deal
visually the docs are an improvement but breaking existing features is bad 8-)"
Indeed! and also a good reason to join the chat :-)
igiaever
@igiaever
Jan 26 2015 15:32
@CrossEye how do you use immutable data structures with Ramda, i.e. how do you get the equivalent experience of Mori in Rambda?
@CrossEye Also, why should someone use Rambda instead of Mori? I am thinking about which library to use on my next project, and these are the questions that I have.
igiaever
@igiaever
Jan 26 2015 18:58
also, re:docs, it should be really simple to allow the user to filter by category on the left by just typing "object" e.g.
i've built something similar several times now :)
anyway, that's not why i'm here, i'm mostly interested in the mori/ramda comparison and how one might use immutable collections with ramda
Nate Wildermuth
@wildermuthn
Jan 26 2015 22:35
I sent in a pull request that adds some grunt tasks for easier editing of the documentation.