Saturday, February 24, 2018
We've seen OCaml's type syntax because the interpreter uses it to tell you the type of every value, but due to type inference we typically don't have to write a type expression ourselves. But actually there are several reasons to use the type sublanguage (as you'll see when we come to modules).
Tiger got to hunt, Bird got to fly; Lisper got to sit and wonder, (Y (Y Y))? Tiger got to sleep, Bird got to land; Lisper got to tell hims...
Programmers almost always need the ability to find and replace certain text across multiple files in their projects. Most IDEs provide find ...
This is a guest post from Sacha Greif, co-author of Discover Meteor and creator of VulcanJS and Sidebar.
RecordRTC is a library that allows for client-side recording, using WebRTC. It's a fantastic tool (created and well-maintained by Muaz...