Functional Reactive Programming (FRP) is becoming an increasingly common way to structure event- driven code, but the term "FRP" actually refers to a large body of increasingly diverse work. This talk will quickly cover the basics of FRP, and then go into a couple different formulations of FRP that people are beginning to use. We will explore how these formulations fit together historically and theoretically.
Finally, we will see how the particular variation of FRP used in Elm makes it easy to implement hot- swapping and Elm's Time Traveling Debugger.
by Evan Czaplicki (@czaplic) - Prezi
I am a functional programmer at heart, and my broad goal is to provide the tools and learning resources to make functional languages common in industry. I develop Elm 's compiler, tools, and community to make it great for projects within Prezi and in industry in general.
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Janne Jul Jensen - Interaction Designer and Usability Specialist
Most developers today are aware of the importance of creating a good user interface with a high level of usability, but many are lacking the methods and techniques ...
React is a new a conceptual model for rendering user interfaces in a functional style. In this talk I'll look at how both the user-facing and implementation specifics resemble RESTful architectures and some interesting patterns and properties that fall out of this.
by Pete Hunt (@floydophone)
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Curry On Prague, July 7th 2015