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7th
Mar 2015
Martin Algesten
@algesten
Mar 07 2015 11:10
i was lacking a functional webapp framework and am not a fan of react although i like the thinking of flux. i came up with this: http://algesten.github.io/trifl/ i try to make something minimal that would sit well with libraries like Ramda when doing webb client stuff. is there anything else out there like it? would love feedback.
Danny Fritz
@dannyfritz
Mar 07 2015 15:02
@algesten nuclear-js looks fairly similar
Nathan
@terakilobyte
Mar 07 2015 15:40
going through these FRP exercises that netflix uses they have a concatMap function, would I be laughed at for submitting a PR to add it to R?
or am I not finding it in the docs?
Danny Fritz
@dannyfritz
Mar 07 2015 16:47
@terakilobyte is it like this? http://ramdajs.com/docs/#scan
I suppose it isn't
Danny Fritz
@dannyfritz
Mar 07 2015 16:52
concatMap just looks like a reduce that uses concat.
Hardy Jones
@joneshf
Mar 07 2015 17:33
@algesten those docs are awesome!
what do you use?
assuming it's implemented properly (dispatching on chain of the instance--I think it does this), it's a concatMap for more than just arrays.
Arve Knudsen
@aknuds1
Mar 07 2015 22:29
Is there an _.extend equivalent in Ramda?
Arve Knudsen
@aknuds1
Mar 07 2015 22:37
@joneshf Thanks. I found mentions of ‘mixin’ too, has that been removed?
Hardy Jones
@joneshf
Mar 07 2015 22:38
looks like it
Arve Knudsen
@aknuds1
Mar 07 2015 22:38
OK
Ludwig Magnusson
@TheLudd
Mar 07 2015 23:07
Mixin was renamed to merge in 0.10
Nathan
@terakilobyte
Mar 07 2015 23:37
@joneshf that doesn’t look like concatmap unless I’m misinterpreting it
@dannyfritz concatmap is a map with a concat at the end to flatten two arrays into one
http://bit.ly/1Fs2hXU used here (corrected link, sorry too much on my clipboard)
Arve Knudsen
@aknuds1
Mar 07 2015 23:41
@TheLudd Thanks