The Ada Beat Functional Programming blog
In the ever-evolving world of web development, staying ahead of the curve is a constant challenge. Web technologies come and go, and keeping up with the latest trends can sometimes feel like a daunting task. However, if you’re looking for a language that combines the best of both worlds – functional programming and frontend development – ELM might just be the answer.
Clojure, a functional programming language created by Rich Hickey, has gained popularity for its unique design philosophy that emphasizes data-centric development. In this blog post, we will delve into the core principles of Clojure’s design and see how they impact the way developers work with data and functions.
Configuration files are an integral part of software development, used to define parameters, settings, and options for applications. However, working with configuration files can sometimes be a daunting task, especially when they grow in complexity. In this blog post, we’ll explore a unique solution to this problem: The Dhall configuration language. We’ll discuss how Dhall combines functional programming principles with configuration files, making them more manageable, safe, and expressive.
Discover the power of Functional Thinking in software development. Explore principles like immutability, pure functions, and composition that shape this transformative mindset. Enhance your code quality, problem-solving, and scalability with functional thinking techniques.
Functional programming is a paradigm that has gained significant traction in recent years. Its core philosophy revolves around the idea of using functions to construct programs, leading to code that is modular, predictable, and easier to reason about. One of the fundamental principles that underpins functional programming is immutability – a concept that brings a host of advantages to the development process.
The presentation discusses monads and algebraic effects in programming languages, tracing their historical origins and practical applications. While monads have become prevalent due to their ease of implementation, algebraic effects offer a more flexible approach to handling effects. Despite the challenges in implementing algebraic effects in existing languages, the talk encourages further exploration of their potential for future language design.
Functional programming means combining functions to construct a program. Functional programming is declarative, it describes what to solve in contrast to imperative programming that describes how to solve it. In this blog post we will explain what functional programming is and how to apply functional programming concepts with examples in Erlang.
A comprehensive explanation of how to display the currently logged-in user using Phoenix Presence in a Phoenix LiveView application. The video covers the concepts, implementation details, and code snippets, providing valuable insights for developers interested in real-time web development with Elixir and Phoenix.