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Revision as of 11:57, 27 August 2011

Contents

1 What is it?

Reactive-banana is a small library for Functional Reactive Programming (FRP).

The goal is to create a solid foundation for anything FRP-related.

  • Users can finally start experimenting with graphical user interfaces based on FRP since the library can be hooked into any existing event-based framework like wxHaskell or Gtk2Hs, and will provide ample documentation.
  • Programmers interested in implementing FRP will have a reference for a simple semantics with a working implementation.
  • It features an efficient implementation. No more spooky time leaks, predicting space & time usage should be straightforward.

Feedback is welcome, I want to hear from you!

2 Status

Current development focuses on providing tutorials, documentation and examples for the library. Furthermore, the author is writing an example application to flesh out the FRP approach to GUI programming.

  • 14 July 2001: Implemented many examples, reactive-banana 0.4.1.0 released.
  • 22 June 2011: reactive-banana 0.3.0.0 released
  • 28 April 2011: reactive-banana 0.2.0.0 released

3 Releases and Resources

4 External Links

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