Haskell Notes for Professionals book

Haskell Notes for Professionals book
  • Getting started with Haskell Language
  • Overloaded Literals
  • Foldable
  • Traversable
  • Lens
  • QuickCheck
  • Common GHC Language Extensions
  • Free Monads
  • Type Classes
  • IO
  • Record Syntax
  • Partial Application
  • Monoid
  • Category Theory
  • Lists
  • Sorting Algorithms
  • Type Families
  • Monads
  • Stack
  • Generalized Algebraic Data Types
  • Recursion Schemes
  • Data.Text
  • Using GHCi
  • Strictness
  • Syntax in Functions
  • Functor
  • Testing with Tasty
  • Creating Custom Data Types
  • Reactive-banana
  • Optimization
  • Concurrency
  • Function composition
  • Databases
  • Data.Aeson – JSON in Haskell
  • Higher-order functions
  • Containers – Data.Map
  • Fixity declarations
  • Web Development
  • Vectors
  • Cabal
  • Type algebra
  • Arrows
  • Typed holes
  • Rewrite rules (GHC)
  • Date and Time
  • List Comprehensions
  • Streaming IO
  • Google Protocol Buffers
  • Template Haskell & QuasiQuotes
  • Phantom types
  • Modules
  • Tuples (Pairs, Triples, …)
  • Graphics with Gloss
  • State Monad
  • Pipes
  • Infix operators
  • Parallelism
  • Parsing HTML with taggy-lens and lens
  • Foreign Function Interface
  • Gtk3
  • Monad Transformers
  • Bifunctor
  • Proxies
  • Applicative Functor
  • Common monads as free monads
  • Common functors as the base of cofree comonads
  • Arithmetic
  • Role
  • Arbitrary-rank polymorphism with RankNTypes
  • GHCJS
  • XML
  • Reader / ReaderT
  • Function call syntax
  • Logging
  • Attoparsec
  • zipWithM
  • Profunctor
  • Type Application

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230 pages, published on May 2018

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