Purescript: Jordan's Reference
This repo is my way of using the Feynman Technique to learn Purescript and its ecosystem.
All code uses PureScript
To learn PureScript using this project:
- Git clone this repo
- Bookmark and read through this repo online
- Compile the code locally where possible, follow along, and experiment
Guidelines for this project
Feel free to open a new issue for:
- Clarification on something you don't understand. If I don't know it yet and I'm interested, it'll force me to learn it
- A link to something you'd like me to research more. If I'm interested or see the value, I'll look into it and try to document it or explain the idea in a clear way
- Corrections for any mistakes I've made
- Improvements to anything I've written thus far
The following labels give insight into this project's development:
- the 'Roadmap' label: a deeper understanding of this project's current direction/goals.
- the 'Meta' label: issues related to the project as a whole.
- the 'Release-PR' label: the changelog of the code
Note: You are advised to watch this repo for releases only. Sometimes, this repo will produce a lot of notifications due to opening/closing issues/PRs and me adding additional thoughts/comments to things. This can star to feel like notification spam.
Unless stated otherwise in a specific folder or file, this project is licensed under the
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International license: (Human-readable version), (Actual License)
Naming Conventions Used In This Repo
When you see this number system:
01-File-Name.md 02-Folder-Name/ 03-File-Name2.md 11-File-Name.md
You should understand it like so:
[major theme/idea][minor concept/point]
Each major theme will almost always have 1..9 minor concepts/points. Thus, you will sometimes not see a
09-first-major-theme--file-9.md -- 10-file-name is intentionally missing here 11-second-major-theme--file-1.md
In situations, where 9 files were not enough, I converted a file into a folder and each file in that folder further explains it.
An 'x' in a File/Folder Name
If a file or folder name has
x in the numerical part of its name (e.g.
9x-File-or-Folder-Name), it means I am still deciding where it should appear in the numerical order (and it is likely still a work in progress).