http://reactivex.io/learnrx/ (still have to investigate this one)
besides check out functions like every and some.
Thank you for sharing these links.
A bit of extra info about improvements in ecmascript 6 on the subject :
http://es6-features.org/#StatementBodies (and other subjects)
Nice to learn some new things.
Here are a couple of links on the subject of functional programming.
TypeScript has support for the arrow function:
If you are interested on functional programming, you might like the latest episode of the Eat Sleep Code Podcast (Telerik Developer Network):
On the latest episode, they talk about functional programming, LINQ, C#, and F#.
Check the show notes for additional information.
Thank you for the links Stefan.
TypeScript provides optional type annotations and type definitions that are helpful when developing large applications. In particular refactoring benefits from them.
Another interesting one to check out: ELM
Thank you for sharing on Elm.
It seems interesting.
I particularly like the Zip Codes example at http://elm-lang.org/examples which shows you how to access a REST service.