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Reflex – Web apps in pure Python
9 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 2 Aug 2023
Not to be confused with Reflex, allowing web apps in pure Haskell: https://reflex-frp.org/
11 projects | /r/haskell | 6 May 2023
FRP solutions sound very attractive. But reflex seems to be stuck on the outdated GHCJS, and I haven't been able to get it to build. The newer JS output in GHC doesn't yet have DOM support. And even if I used one of those, figuring out how to interact with a LaTeX renderer might be tricky.
The Quest for the Ultimate GUI Framework
4 projects | /r/programming | 22 Apr 2023
I only have experience using Reflex, which I regard as the main contender for FRP UI libraries in the Haskell sphere. It's got a flashy website, but I think the documentation is a bit disorganized -- it took a long time for me to figure out how to get going with the library (you find some pieces of knowledge scattered here and there, if you look hard enough). My plan was to learn it well enough to onboard other people, but I don't think I could convince anyone who hasn't already decided that they're gonna make UIs in Haskell no matter the required effort.
Simple GHC stack for a novice
6 projects | /r/haskell | 17 Oct 2022
Once someone has spent a bunch of time with Haskell and sees the value, they will find Nix if it makes sense. Maybe they'll want to play with https://reflex-frp.org, or they'll discover they want a better way to package 3rd-party dependencies, or they start using NixOS and want to nix all the things, etc. etc. Or, maybe they'll never find a use for it, and that's okay.
Functional Reactive Programming
9 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 16 Aug 2022
Exploring ideas in Haskell
3 projects | /r/haskell | 14 Jan 2022
Now, I've been convinced to take another look at reflex. This quick reference seems very useful, most other resources seem to always discuss reflex-dom specifically. I'm not really interested in that.
Is Haskell capable of this?
8 projects | /r/haskell | 25 Nov 2021
Have a look at https://reflex-frp.org/, or https://owickstrom.github.io/gi-gtk-declarative/, they are an interesting and different way of working with UI in a non imperative way.
6 projects | dev.to | 5 Apr 2021
Comparing Elm with Reflex
5 projects | dev.to | 22 Mar 2021
Reflex is the framework that allows creating reactive web applications in Haskell.
5 projects | /r/neoliberal | 18 Mar 2021
Also you’re the Haskell guy no? Found this while reading a Wikipedia article
What are some alternatives?
Elm - Compiler for Elm, a functional language for reliable webapps.
sodium - Sodium - Functional Reactive Programming (FRP) Library for multiple languages
reflex-dom - Web applications without callbacks or side-effects. Reflex-DOM brings the power of functional reactive programming (FRP) to the web. Build HTML and other Document Object Model (DOM) data with a pure functional interface.
dunai - Classic FRP, Arrowized FRP, Reactive Programming, and Stream Programming, all via Monadic Stream Functions
rhine - Haskell Functional Reactive Programming framework with type-level clocks
obelisk - Functional reactive web and mobile applications, with batteries included.
gi-gtk-declarative - Declarative GTK+ programming in Haskell
netwire - FRP library