Wednesday, March 21, 2018
FRP explanation using reactive-banana
This is an attempt to explain Functional Reactive Programming (FRP) enough to give a reader with no previous exposure to FRP an intuition what FRP is about. After reading this you should hopefully understand enough of FRP to understand the reactive-banana examples.
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