Top 23 Haskell FRP Projects
Dataflow programming and declarative concurrency
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Library for functional reactive programming in Haskell.
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.Project mention: Comparing Elm with Reflex | dev.to | 2021-03-22
dyn allows “using” a dynamic widget. The returned event activates each time the dynamic changes.
Functional Reactive Programming domain-specific language embedded in Haskell, for programming efficient hybrid (mixed discrete-time and continuous-time) systems.
A breakout game in Haskell using SDL and FRP, with Wiimote and Kinect support.
Keera Hails: Haskell on Rails - Reactive Programming Framework for Interactive Haskell applications
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Build terminal applications using functional reactive programming (FRP) with Reflex FRP.Project mention: Building Rich Terminal Dashboards | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-02-15
There's a slick little Haskell library that does something similar called reflex-vty:
One thing neither of these libraries appear to have done yet that I would really like is create a more compact window rendering. Currently each window gets a 1-character border. What I would like is something that saves space by collapsing adjacent windows' borders into a single character instead of having two redundant borders next to each other. Of course I get why they do it the way they do, but terminals are often more constrained for space and with complex UIs you can lose a fair amount due to these unnecessary borders. That would be the next thing I'd hack on to improve these kinds of libraries. But alas...too many fun projects to hack on and not enough hours in the day.
Classic and Arrowized Functional Reactive Programming, Reactive Programming, and Stream programming, all via Monadic Stream Functions
Haskell Functional Reactive Programming framework with type-level clocks
Use jsx-like syntax in Reflex
Dynamic network FRP with events and continuous values
FRP (functional reactive programming) framework inspired by RX and Iteratee
Universal Live Coding & Functional Reactive Programming Framework
Arrowized functional state machines
Testing Infrastructure for Temporal AbstractioNs
An FRP-based game engine written in Haskell.
Command interpreter using Continuation monad and variants (by louispan)
Haskel bindings to React
Push-pull implementation of discrete FRP with totally-ordered switchers
Code accompanying the paper "Monadic Functional Reactive Programming"
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