My go-to utility function library is Ramda.js. The docs have a permanent spot in my browser tab list for quick reference.

In order to reduce frequent context switching, I’ve decided to created a Ramda study deck for Anki. Enjoy!

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If you want to scrape the docs yourself, run this code in the chromium devtools:

# scraper.js

(function () { return [...$$('.card')] .map(el => { const code = $(':scope pre code', el) .outerHTML .replace(/\n/gmi, '<br>') const description = [...$$(':scope > .description > :not(pre)', el)] const summary = description .splice(0, 1)[0] .outerHTML .replace(/\n/gmi, ' ') const rest = description .reduce((html, elm) => html +…

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