donn at drizzle.com
Mon Jun 18 12:36:25 EDT 2007
On Mon, 18 Jun 2007, Jon Harrop wrote:
> I don't normally drag threads back on topic, but functional reactive GUIs seem
> to be pioneered by Haskell programmers. Can anyone explain what this idea is
> all about?
Since I haven't seen any replies so far, could you give us a hint?
I've seen some stuff that uses "arrows", and then there's O'Haskell,
were you looking at either of those? Something else in this category
that isn't so past tense?
> I'm just getting acquainted with GUI programming using LablGTK in OCaml and
> Windows Forms in F#, so I know next to nothing about GUI programming. In
> particular, I'm interested in developing GUIs for languages like these. More
> specifically, a variation of Mathematica's notebook front-end, designed to
> make functional languages more accessible and useful for scientists and
Donn Cave, donn at drizzle.com
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