Today we venture into the realm of Functional Programming with Arrow 🏹 and Simon Vergauwen.
Arrow is the functional companion library for Kotlin. It makes writing FP code easier thanks to classes and extensions to the Kotlin standard library. In this episode we talk about the story of this library and what is offering nowadays to Kotlin developers.
Enjoy the show 👨🍳
- 00.25 Intro
- 01.11 Episode Start
- 01.28 Simon’s Introduction
- 02.17 What is Arrow?
- 03.10 Let’s talk about Functional Programming
- 05.51 Examples of FP
- 07.23 Kotlin vs other FP languages
- 08.55 What is Arrow providing on top of Kotlin?
- 11.28 Extensions and Classes from Arrow
- 13.37 Arrow Core and other Arrow libraries
- 15.21 The story of Arrow
- 17.18 The learning curve
- 20.13 Do I need to know FP before using Arrow?
- 21.47 What’s the prospective of the Arrow community?
- 23.26 Arrow Optics and Arrow Meta
- 25.10 Monorepo in the Arrow org
- 27.17 What is 47 Degrees?
- 28.47 How to see FP to a customer?
- 30.35 How is 47 Degrees supporting Arrow?
- 31.57 How you got involved with Arrow?
- 33.19 How is Arrow maintained?
- 34.45 How to contribute to Arrow?
- 36.22 Further reading
- 37.52 The future of Arrow
- arrow-kt/arrow on Github
- Official Resources:
- Mentioned Projects:
- @arrow_kt on Twitter
- #arrow on Kotlinlang Slack (get an invite here)
- 47 Degrees Website
- @nomisRev on Github
- @vergauwen_simon on Twitter