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How many of you would be interested in a tutorial series on learning to write simple #FunctionalReactiveProgramming-based command-line (not web) apps using @reflexfrp?
And possibly all the way to writing TUI apps like those created using the brick #Haskell library?
I'm interested; that sounds great
I have looked into it but couldn't get ghcjs to compile. So yes, but it would be nice to have some setting up for compiling first.
@Sridhar Ratnakumar Have you looked at https://github.com/tweag/asterius
That could be an interesting option as well
@HateUsernames007 I don't think you need ghcjs for this, Sridhar mentioned "not web"
Anyhow, I'm interested as well!
I'm interested =)
@Mats Rauhala I need to read more. Thanks
maybe something like this: https://github.com/jesseduffield/lazygit
BTW, if you want to play with Reflex without doing any setup, it seems like https://code.world/haskell has integrated support for it, allowing you to work with console and to draw shapes onto plane
I am definitely interested too!
Slightly off-topic, but for a while I’ve been quite curious about the possibility of using Reflex for desktop programs (e.g. with GTK). I would certainly be interested in this sort of guide on how to use Reflex for CLI apps, but I would be even more interested in knowing how to use Reflex with gi-gtk if someone were to write such a guide.