Monday, January 26, 2009

Haskell and Reactive Programming

See for introductory links.

"Functional Reactive Programming is a paradigm for reactive programming in a functional setting. A number of different systems have been proposed and and sometimes implemented: some with very specific application domains in mind, some aiming at hard performance guarantees, and some being general-purpose FRP implementations."

See for some publications.

Then see some articles from TomAsp.Net about applying Haskell and Reactive Programming to F# and C#.

(I.) - First class events in F#
(II.) - Introducing Reactive LINQ
(III.) - Useful Reactive LINQ Operators
(IV.) - Developing reactive game in Reactive LINQ

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