Can I curry a function that is possibly undefined?

I have a curried function that will return undefined when run on a server (SSR), but will return an analytics package when running on the client.

const isServer = typeof window !== 'undefined'

getThing = () => isServer ? undefined : message => console.log(message)

When we access this function, we test for the existence of it, then curry events to it. The line currently reads something like this:

getThing() && getThing()('herpderp')

I find this deeply annoying. I would like to use an optional (or something like that) to evaluate for the existence of the package. Is something similar to this possible?

getThing()?('herpderp')

Answer

You just need to add a period after the ?:

getThing()?.('herpderp')