Interactive programs without callbacks or side-effects. Functional Reactive Programming (FRP) uses composable events and time-varying values to describe interactive systems as pure functions. Just like other pure functional code, functional reactive code is easier to get right on the first try, maintain, and reuse. (by reflex-frp)
V2 of Real World OCaml (by realworldocaml)
Elm is not dead. It just prefers a slow release schedule but is still actively worked on in the background.
That said, you might want to check out OCaml for general purpose programming. Super fast compiler, great performance, can target both native and JS.
It is easier to use than Haskell due to defaulting to eager evaluation (like most languages) strategy instead of laziness and being generally more pragmatic, offering more escape hatches into the imperative world if need be. Plus great upward trajectory with lot's of cool stuff like an effects system and multi-core support coming.
Real World Ocaml is a decent resource: https://dev.realworldocaml.org/
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Tidy, feature-complete Web framework
> you might want to check out OCaml for general purpose programming
Any tips on backend frameworks to look at? I need to write a small websocket service for a side-project and have always wanted to try OCaml. I came across https://github.com/aantron/dream.
Elm-like abstractions for F# apps
Maybe elmish could be of interest to you? https://github.com/elmish/elmish
The Reactive Extensions for .NET
As much as I'd love to learn Haskell, Lisp, OCaml or F#, try https://reactivex.io/ and pick your language.
Async Algorithms for Swift
Requires Xcode 14, which is still in beta and cannot push to the App Store.
Also, Apple fucked their back port badly. It’s supposedly fixed now, but if you built an app that used async/await anywhere in Xcode 13.X and a user installed running iOS 12/13/up to 14.5 they’d crash on launch.
So I personally wouldn’t trust it, and instead just push to raise your iOS minimum. I’ve had no problems requiring iOS15 in my projects over 1M installs
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Yes, it's possible to build a traditional web company with Haskell. We've made IHP exactly for that :) It's like Rails/Django but for Haskell. https://ihp.digitallyinduced.com/ We specifically try to be batteries-includes (like rails), so you don't have to think too much about what libraries to use, the core of IHP can get you very far without needing to manually decide between libraries.
IHP even won a G2 badge, which is kind of funny and ironic for a Haskell project :D https://www.g2.com/products/ihp/reviews
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Websockets for Elm (by elm-lang)
The official reason is here: https://github.com/elm-lang/websocket
I believe it's quite possible to support websockets with the current language features, though, and I hope that websockets will be ready for Gren along with the 0.2.0 release in december.
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Parallel streaming in Haskell: Part 3 - A parallel work consumer
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oath: Composable Concurrent Computation Done Right
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It's nice to see how Streamly has now become its own separate beast
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[ANN] Yampa 0.14.4
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The Haskell job market has been growing steaily since 2008
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