We’ve released ramda-adjunct v2.18.0. This release brings couple of new interesting functions and additional support of ramda placeholder for couple of unary functions that hadn’t had it before. Lately the number of contributions has increased caused by steadily growing popularity and adoption of Ramda Adjunct.
Checks whether the passed value is iterable.
Returns a promise that is fulfilled with an array of promise state snapshots, but only after all the original promises have settled, i.e. become either fulfilled or rejected. We say that a promise is settled if it is not pending, i.e. if it is either fulfilled or rejected.
true if the given value is its type's empty value,
This function is in the library almost from the beginning. In this release she got a nice face-lift in the form of supporting catamorphisms on following types: Either, Maybe, Result, Validation from following libraries: monet.js, folktale, ramda-fantasy.
Regarding ramda placeholder support: below is a list of unary functions that have received auto-curry support:
Like always, I end my article with the following axiom: Define your code-base as pure functions and lift them only if needed. And compose, compose, compose…