Programming from Functions to Classes in ECMAScript 2015
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Table of Contents
A Pull of the Lever: Prefaces
- Foreword to the “Six” edition
- Forewords to the First Edition
Prelude: Values and Expressions over Coffee
- values are expressions
- values and identity
- A Rich Aroma: Basic Numbers
The first sip: Basic Functions
- As Little As Possible About Functions, But No Less
- Ah. I’d Like to Have an Argument, Please.
- Closures and Scope
- That Constant Coffee Craving
- Naming Functions
- Combinators and Function Decorators
- Building Blocks
- Magic Names
Recipes with Basic Functions
- Partial Application
- Left-Variadic Functions
- Compose and Pipeline
- Picking the Bean: Choice and Truthiness
Composing and Decomposing Data
- Arrays and Destructuring Arguments
- Tail Calls (and Default Arguments)
- Garbage, Garbage Everywhere
- Copy on Write
- Tortoises, Hares, and Teleporting Turtles
- Functional Iterators
- Making Data Out Of Functions
Recipes with Data
- A Warm Cup: Basic Strings and Quasi-Literals
Stir the Allongé: Objects and State
- Encapsulating State with Closures
- Composition and Extension
- This and That
- What Context Applies When We Call a Function?
- Method Decorators
Recipes with Objects, Mutations, and State
- Deep Mapping
- The Coffee Factory: “Object-Oriented Programming”
Served by the Pot: Collections
- Iteration and Iterables
- Generating Iterables
- Lazy and Eager Collections
- Interlude: The Carpenter Interviews for a Job
- Interactive Generators
- Basic Operations on Iterables
- A Coffeehouse: Symbols
Life on the Plantation: Metaobjects
- Why Metaobjects?
- Mixins, Forwarding, and Delegation
- Later Binding
- Delegation via Prototypes
- Shared Prototypes
- Decaffeinated: Impostors
Finish the Cup: Constructors and Classes
- Object Methods
- Why Not Classes?
- Constructors and
Recipes with Constructors and Classes
- Colourful Mugs: Symmetry, Colour, and Charm
Con Panna: Composing Class Behaviour
- Extending Classes with Mixins
- Functional Mixins
- Emulating Multiple Inheritance
- Preventing Property Conflicts
- Reducing Coupling
- Stateful Method Decorators
- Class Decorators beyond ES6/ECMAScript 2015
- Method Decorators beyond ES6/ECMAScript 2015
- Lightweight Traits
More Decorator Recipes
- After Method Advice
- Before Method Advice
- Provided and Unless
- Method Advice
- Closing Time at the Coffeeshop: Final Remarks
The Golden Crema: Appendices and Afterwords
- How to run the examples
- Copyright Notice
- About The Author
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