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Questions tagged [frp]

Functional reactive programming (FRP) is a programming paradigm for reactive programming (asynchronous dataflow programming) using the building blocks of functional programming (e.g. map, reduce, filter). FRP has been used for programming graphical user interfaces (GUIs), robotics, and music, aiming to simplify these problems by explicitly modeling time.

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FRP: Processing task lists

I recently heard about functional reactive programming and thought it was rather interesting. Therefore, I started out with writing a simple program which processes a list of tasks. (In this example, ...
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RxJS Subscription Service in Webworker

Here is a plunker of my working demo. I have the following code which I have created for a subscription service for data through a webworker. I was wondering if I was following functional-reactive ...
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ReactiveCocoa implementation of async function

I would like a review of the RAC implementation for the function setGist() I've posted the code on GitHub for easier reading. Description: You create an instance ...
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File-sharing with sockets

I'm trying to get some confidence with RXJS and FRP. This code handles file sharing via socket.io. I need some advice about general RXJS style and reactive programming. ...
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React mixin to declaratively get Bacon.js event steams

I wrote a mixin to declaratively get a Bacon.js event stream. So instead of onChange={this.handleChange}, you can do ...
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Localization manager based on ReactiveCocoa

I have a localization manager class which can change app language on the fly. It's using ReactiveCocoa and my main concern is that I'm not using some of RAC parts correctly. First (in ...