Table of Contents
- Folktale – Folktale is a suite of libraries for generic functional programming that allows you to write elegant modular applications with fewer bugs and more reuse.
- lodash/fp – An instance of Lodash with its methods wrapped to produce immutable, auto-curried, iteratee-first, data-last methods.
- barely-functional – A tiny (2.7kb) functional programming library using native ES5/6 operations.
- prelude.ls – A functionally oriented utility library somewhat based off of Haskell’s Prelude module.
- 1-liners – Functional tools that couldn’t be simpler. A dead simple functional utility belt, hand-crafted with love and attention.
- fn-curry – A simple function to curry a function.
- curry – Curry your functions using function bind syntax.
- compose-function – Compose a new function from smaller functions.
- functionize – A collection of functions which aid in making non-functional libraries functional.
- lambdajs – The full ECMAScript API done a functional way.
- fp-dom – Making the DOM functional.
- trifl – A functional user interface library with unidirectional dataflow and a virtual dom.
- part – A micro library that encourages functional programming by making native methods available as partially applied functions.
- claire – A property-based testing library for clearly specifying code invariants and behaviour.
Write performant functional code by using the right data structures for the task.
- Immutable.js – Immutable persistent data collections.
- Timm – Immutability helpers with fast reads and acceptable writes.
- Lazy.js – A utility library with a lazy engine under the hood that strives to do as little work as possible while being as flexible as possible.
Use the laws of math instead of always reinventing your own thing. Algebraic!
- FantasyLand – Not a library, but a specification of the Monad laws for libraries to follow.
- daggy – Library for creating tagged constructors.
- Sanctuary – Sanctuary makes it possible to write safe code without null checks.
- ramda-fantasy – Fantasy-Land compatible types for easy integration with Ramda.js.
- monet.js – A library that assists functional programming by providing a rich set of Monads and other useful functions.
- freeky – A collection of Free monads.
- Fluture – A Future library with included control utilities, high performance and great error messages.
- fantasy-combinators – Common combinators.
- fantasy-birds – Port of the Haskell package Data.Aviary.Birds. Everything for your combinatory needs.
- lenses – Composable kmett style lenses.
- optics – Profunctor optics (Lens, Prism, iso).
- ramda-lens – Lens library built on Ramda.
- fantasy-lenses – Composable, immutable getters and setters. (Profunctor lenses WIP)
- nanoscope – Lenses with dotty support.
- partial.lenses – Ramda compatible partial lenses. View, insert and update optional data.
- Elm – A type-safe functional programming language for declaratively creating web browser-based graphical user interfaces. Implemented in Haskell.
- Idris – A general purpose pure functional programming language with dependent types.
- Why Curry Helps
- Favoring Curry
- Why Ramda – Introduction to the principles of ramda.
- A Monad in Practicality: First-Class Failures – Introduction to Either.
- A Monad in Practicality: Controlling Time – Introduction to Futures.
- Hey Underscore, You’re Doing It Wrong! – Underscore.js claims to be a functional programming library, but is it really?
- Functional programming patterns for the non-mathematician
- FPJS-Class – Functional Programming learned through JS
- functional-frontend-architecture – A functional frontend framework. Based on Ramda + union-type-js + Flyd + Snabbdom
- cube-composer – A puzzle game inspired by functional programming.
- FP Youtube Search – YouTube search app with ReactJS, Redux, and FP concepts