Functional Programming: Using the Functor Type Class in TypeScript

Functional Programming: Using the Functor Type Class in TypeScript

Functional Programming: Exploring the Functor type class and its use cases

This will be a series with a few articles in which I attempt to explain and show the use cases of some functional programming patterns. We will work with TypeScript and use the functional programming library fp-ts. The examples and explanations are inspired by the great article series by the author of fp-ts.

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