This package contains a series of "FP-friendly" classes for use in your code.
What is "FP-friendly"?
An “FP-friendly’ object can be defined as an instance of the class with immutable internal property and a set of methods that are all ‘pure’ with the caveat that they are able to read internal fields without treating that as a side effect?
Put another way, in a purely FP language, the set of functions F that can operate on a type
T can be reasonably modeled in a hybrid or OO language as a class
T, where each of the functions in F becomes a method on the class
T, with the initial parameter of each function being replaced by an internal property of
Well, me. I don't think this definition should cause anyone by the most hardened purist any real concern.
Implementing these in a purely FP style would still result in the functions being packaged someway, probably in some kind of namespace. This is just another way to manage this.
Releasing a new version
If you're able to release new version, you should do:
npm run release git push && git push --tags