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I've built miso, https://haskell-miso.org and it does use the VDOM appraoch. Svelte uses static analysis to compile down to the minimum number of DOM operations required to run your specific app. I think it's the future. This would only be possible in Haskell w/ GHCJS, since you'd need the GHCJS runtime to support it.
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DDlog is a programming language for incremental computation. It is well suited for writing programs that continuously update their output in response to input changes. A DDlog programmer does not write incremental algorithms; instead they specify the desired input-output mapping in a declarative manner.
Actually, that makes me wonder whether or not differential datalog falls under that umbrella, and if it could be applied in the same way Compose is.
A declarative programming framework
Actually, with regard to UI applications, it seems like such things already exist -- just not in Haskell.
jsaddle + firefox
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