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Welcome to Kickstarter’s open source iOS app! Come on in, take your shoes off, stay a while—explore how Kickstarter’s native squad has built and continues to build the app. We’ve also open sourced our Android app, and read more about our journey to open source here.
Welcome to Kickstarter's open source Android app! Come on in, take your shoes off, stay a while—explore how Kickstarter's native squad has built and continues to build the app, discover our implementation of RxJava in logic- filled view models, and maybe even create an issue or two. We've also open sourced our iOS app, written in Swift: check it out here. Read more about our journey to open source here.
Elm is a functional reactive programming (FRP) language that compiles to HTML, CSS, and JS. FRP is a concise and elegant way to create highly interactive applications and avoid callbacks. It aims to make web development more pleasant. Functional Reactive Programming (FRP) is a high-level way to work with interactions. It provides control flow structures for time.
The simplest Observable<T> implementation for Functional Reactive Programming you will ever find. This library does not use the term FRP (Functional Reactive Programming) in the way it was defined by Conal Elliot, but as a paradigm that is both functional and reactive. Read more about the difference at Why I cannot say FRP but I just did.
ReactiveKit is a lightweight Swift framework for reactive and functional reactive programming. With just over 2000 lines of code it enables you to get into reactive world today. The framework is compatible with all Apple platforms and Linux. If you are developing an iOS or macOS app, make sure to also check out Bond framework that provides UIKit and AppKit bindings, reactive delegates and data sources.
ReactiveUI is a composable, cross-platform model-view-viewmodel framework for all .NET platforms that is inspired by functional reactive programming which is a paradigm that allows you to abstract mutable state away from your user interfaces and express the idea around a feature in one readable place and improve the testability of your application.That's reactive programming: changes propagate throughout a system automatically. Welcome to the peanut butter and jelly of programming paradigms. For further information please watch the this video from the Xamarin Evolve conference - Why You Should Be Building Better Mobile Apps with Reactive Programming by Michael Stonis.
Reflex is an fully-deterministic, higher-order Functional Reactive Programming (FRP) interface and an engine that efficiently implements that interface. Reflex-DOM is a framework built on Reflex that facilitates the development of web pages, including highly-interactive single-page apps.
Reflex-DOM is a framework for building web applications in Haskell, based on the Functional Reactive Programming library Reflex. Comprehensive documentation is still a work in progress, but a demo is available and an introductory talk is available at Part 1 / Part 2 (Slides).
Lightning is an HTTP Server and TCP Client/Server framework written in Swift and inspired by Node.js. It runs on both OS X and Linux. Like Node.js, Lightning uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model. In the same way that Node.js uses libuv to implement this model, Lightning uses libdispatch. This makes Lightning fast, efficient, and most crutially single-threaded by default. You simply do not need to worry about locks/mutexes/semaphores/etc if you have server-side state. Of course, Lightning applications can make use of libdispatch to easily offload heavy processing to a background thread if necessary.
Swift is a high-performance system programming language. It has a clean and modern syntax, offers seamless access to existing C and Objective-C code and frameworks, and is memory safe by default. On December 3, 2015, the Swift language, supporting libraries, debugger, and package manager were published under the Apache 2.0 license with a Runtime Library Exception, and Swift.org was created to host the project.
A framework for functional types and operations designed to fit naturally into Swift. As a language with first-class functions, Swift supports the use of functions as values. This means that functions can be stored in variables and passed as arguments to other functions.
MobX is a battle tested, simple and scalable state management library transparently applying functional reactive programming (TFRP). The Mobx design principle is very simple: Anything that can be derived from the application state, should be derived. Automatically. This includes the UI, data serialization, server communication, etc.
Reactive extensions to Cocoa frameworks, built on top of ReactiveSwift. ReactiveSwift offers composable, declarative and flexible primitives that are built around the grand concept of streams of values over time. These primitives can be used to uniformly represent common Cocoa and generic programming patterns that are fundamentally an act of observation.
The Reflex Platform is a collection of libraries and tools that are useful for developing and deploying Reflex-based applications. To get started with Reflex development, follow the instructions below.
ReactiveObjC (formally ReactiveCocoa or RAC) is an Objective-C framework inspired by Functional Reactive Programming. It provides APIs for composing and transforming streams of values. If you're already familiar with functional reactive programming or know the basic premise of ReactiveObjC, check out the other documentation in this folder for a framework overview and more in-depth information about how it all works in practice.