About Combining Functional Reactive Programming and Replicated Data Types
Functional reactive programming (FRP) and replicated data types (RTDs) are both programming models that achieve great developer convenience and productivity through limited programming models. It has been shown that the combination of the two works exceedingly well on a technical level, both in academic research and many industry applications. This paper contributes a discussion of why this combination proves so useful on a conceptual level, proposes some further improvements, and argues that we need more fully integrated solutions of FRP and RDTs instead of the ad-hoc solutions found in the wild.
Wed 7 DecDisplayed time zone: Auckland, Wellington change
10:30 - 12:00
|Towards Introducing Asynchronous Tasks to an FRP Language for Small-Scale Embedded Systems|
Akihiko Yokoyama Tokyo Institute of Technology, Sosuke Moriguchi Tokyo Institute of Technology, Takuo Watanabe Tokyo Institute of TechnologyDOI Pre-print
|Semantics of RxJSPre-recorded|
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