Best functional front-end languages?

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  • dartea

    The Elm Architecture (TEA) for Flutter

    Dart/Flutter: if the language itself weren't so OO and had ADTs and union types, it would be a no brainer. Seems like creating beautiful UIs that can run anywhere is all the focus it has and the community seems great. Wondering if I can make the actual development experience tolerably functional by using either bloc or dartea. I am a bit concerned about the long-term support of the latter though.

  • Fable: F# |> BABEL

    F# to JavaScript Compiler

    If you like the Elm architecture then you should also consider Elmish from https://fable.io. Fable gives you F# as another front-end development option.

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  • bucklescript-tea

    TEA for Bucklescript

    If your only issue with reasonml is that it uses react then you should check out https://github.com/OvermindDL1/bucklescript-tea and other similar alternatives. ReasonReact is just a library.

  • rescript-compiler

    The compiler for ReScript.

    How about ReScript?

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