state of FRP
Wed, 09 Apr 2003 14:51:56 -0400
> I'm interested in learning more about Functional Reactive Programming
> since I want to be a better designer of Haskell programs. I don't
> want to use it for animation or GUIs in particular, but as a general
> design paradigm.
You might want to take a look at Yampa. That's our latest implementation of
the FRP paradigm:
(Yampa used to be called AFRP, and that name is still used in the source
code in the present 0.9.1 release.)
The release bundle does include a tutorial that was part of the Advanced
Summer School on Functional Programming held in Oxford last summer.
You might also be interested in some of our other publications, see
In particular "Functional Reactive Programming, Continued" covers some
of the more advanced aspects of Yampa that the tutorial does not get to.
> haskell.org/frp mentions an frp library that will exist one day. The
> manual looks interesting and this seems like it would be a good place
> to start, but Yale FRP is, alas, not yet available.
This refers to an old implementation and a rather different style of FRP
from that of Yampa. There is longer any active support for that
Hope that helps,
Department of Computer Science