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About the Author
Chip Lambert has been developing websites and web applications for almost 20 years. He is currently a software engineer for Jenzabar Inc. and an online instructor for Bluefield College, teaching courses in web and mobile application development.
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 believes that the best way of learning is to create a meaningful product on the way.
You need to store the data in the script and use it at various points.
Being able to select nodes is fun but not very productive on its own. You need to learn how to make changes to the DOM after you select the element.
Learn using a reactive programming library.
How to share the execution of an observable across many observers?
How to get the last value from a shared observable after its completion.
How to automatically subscribe and unsubscribe from shared observable.
We learn the principles of writing code in functional programming in depth: avoiding side effects by writing pure functions, and using immutable data structure. A code example introduces techniques used in functional programming.
Reading pure functional code is often a riddle. We increase readability with object-oriented and functional techniques: chaining and function composition.
When writing higher order functions in functional style, you will often encounter the technique of currying. You will also need to understand currying for the purpose of understanding a partial application.
You will learn what recursion is in mathematics and in software development. You will also find out about different types of recursion. At the end of this section, we will see how to transfer iterative solutions to recursive solutions using accumulator variables.
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