Friday, March 16, 2018
Functors, Applicatives, And Monads In Pictures
Simple enough. Lets extend this by saying that any value can be in a context. For now you can think of a context as a box that you can put a value in: Now when you apply a function to this value, you'll get different results depending on the context.
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...