Saturday, February 16, 2019
This is the first post of a series about Algebraic Effects and Handlers. Both approaches are valuables and give different insights on the topic. However, not everyone (including me), has the prerequisites to grasp the concepts of Category theory and Abstract Algebra.
This is the second part of a series about Algebraic Effects and Handlers. In the first post we introduced the notions of continuation and control transfer. We saw how programs written in Continuation Passing Style (CPS) are more flexible in terms of control transfer manipulation.
Continuation-passing style (CPS) originated as a style of programming in the 1970s, and it rose to prominence as an intermediate representation for compilers of advanced programming languages in the 1980s and 1990s.
Let's get started by writing a test for a hypothetical function that adds two numbers. First, create a sum.js file: Then, create a fil...
Programmers almost always need the ability to find and replace certain text across multiple files in their projects. Most IDEs provide find ...
RecordRTC is a library that allows for client-side recording, using WebRTC. It's a fantastic tool (created and well-maintained by Muaz...
This is a guest post from Sacha Greif, co-author of Discover Meteor and creator of VulcanJS and Sidebar.