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  • Scala Async

    An asynchronous programming facility for Scala

    Who said FP was mandatory? Scala is not Haskell, nor Lisp! If you don't like effect systems and all, don't use them. The choice is yours, actually. Kotlin's coroutines aren't better than what Scala offers. You can even use async/await in Scala. IMO, if you get yourself in a "callback hell" with Scala, then you're not using it properly. For comprehensions are easy to understand, and work with Futures, for instance.

  • rfcs

    RFCs for changes to Rust

    higher kinded polymorphism it's on the way

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  • scala-offheap

    Experimental type-safe off-heap memory for Scala.

    So, at a semantic level, all the building blocks are there. Moreover, SN is the next-iteration of a prototype project called scala-offheap that was providing exactly the kind of syntactic sugar you evoke (on JVM). So it's definitely within the realm of possibilities that SN could be enriched with such syntactic sugar, by means of a compiler phase (or a third party compiler plugin) that would make low-level managed datatypes pretty close to the syntactic UX you describe.

  • tyrian

    Elm-inspired Scala UI library. (by PurpleKingdomGames)

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