So while going through the list of examples, such as this one: http://try.purescript.org/example/arrays .. I wonder how optimized that JS is. It looks ridiculous long (and slow) to just add and multiply two variables together in a list…. I’d love to see what that looks like in v8…
Sounds cool though…
So is the only documentation for this a $10 ebook? None of the other links on the main site appear to have much substance.
This was posted in HN: https://leanpub.com/purescript/read
The book is free to read online.
The link called “Documentation” points here: http://purescript.readthedocs.org/en/latest/ - pretty thorough, I think?
How about a 10-minute quickstart?
My point is that the barrier to entry is needlessly high with an enormous eBook.
Which included links such as:
There are also pre-baked ready-to-go grunt/bower projects on Github for getting going quickly with PureScript.