Mastering Functional JavaScript Libraries

Created by: Zsolt Nagy

Produced in 2018

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Course Description

Are you programming JavaScript functionally? In this hands-on course, learn about several libraries that can make it easier to apply functional programming concepts in practice. To begin, instructor Zsolt Nagy helps you connect functional programming theory with implementation. Discover how to use functional programming libraries such as Underscore.js, Lazy.js, Ramda.js, and Immutable.js, and review practical use cases along the way. Next, learn how to implement two different web applications using the Lodash and RxJS libraries. First, Zsolt shows how to implement a Sudoku game in JavaScript using Lodash. He then introduces functional reactive programming using RxJS, explaining how to implement a web application that uses the Slack API to monitor the activity of different Slack channels.

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Instructor Details

Zsolt Nagy

Zsolt Nagy is a web development team lead, mentor, and software engineer living in Berlin, Germany.As a software engineer, Zsolt continuously challenges himself to stick to the highest possible standards when improving his own knowledge. He feels that the best way to learn is to create a meaningful product as you pick up new skills. Until you reach this state, he feels that the second best way of learning is to share with others what you learned and how you structure your thoughts.He is the author of the book and video course ES6 in Practice, which introduces learners to all of the meaningful features of ES6. He is also the author of The Developer's Edge: How to Double Your Career Speed with Soft Skills.Visit his JavaScript blog on zsoltnagy.eu. His career blog for software developers is available on devcareermastery.com.

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