Wednesday, November 7, 2018
Why classic FRP does not fit interactive behavior
In functional reactive programming (FRP), the type we call “behaviors” model non-interactive behavior. To see why, just look at the semantic model: t -> a, for some notion t of time. One can argue as follows that this model applies to interactive behavior as well.
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