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Functional programming in Kotlin with Arrow

Higher Kinded Types

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Higher Kinds (also known as Higher Kind Types or Higher Kinded Types) are a high-level abstraction that Kotlin does not support. Learn how Arrow provides them to enable pure Functional Programming over the language.

  • Learn how Arrow emulates Higher Kinds.
  • What they represent and what they abstract over.
  • Learn how they enable Typeclasses and some advanced abstraction FP styles.
  • Arrow data types are Higher Kinds.
  • Syntax provided to convert from Higher Kind representation of a type to its concrete one, and vice-versa, covering both directions.
  • A broad vision on how Higher Kinds are going to help us on following lessons.

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