In previous posts we've discussed how to deal with arrays in a functional way. We've learned about an important concept in Functional Programming: higher order functions. Let's now tackle another very important concept: immutability.
In the previous post we’ve looked at three very useful functions: forEach, map and filter. Let’s now look at reduce – a bit more complicated function which shows the real power of functional programming.
Two weeks ago I had an opportunity to talk at the Code Europe conference in Warsaw. By doing this I managed to achieve one of my long term goals – to speak in front of more than 100 people. It might not sound impressive but given that I am a rather shy person I consider it a success.
This post is the last post of the series in which I will describe how I built my first PWA, Friendtainer. It will touch on many topics such as Angular 2, Ionic 2, Firebase, service workers, push notifications, serverless architectures. I hope you will find it useful when building your own PWAs.
Two days ago I delivered my first conference tech talk at Code Europe. It’s a major programming conference taking place in three different cities in Poland (I presented in Warsaw). My talk was based on one of the posts I wrote for this blog: Building serverless web application with Angular 2, Webtask and Firebase.