keera-hails-reactive-gtk: Haskell on Gtk rails - Reactive Fields for Gtk widgets

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A layer defining RVs for GTK+ fields and actions.

Reactive Values are an abstraction for reactive programming based on setters and getters with change-based propagation.

They enable easy communication/synchronization rules via Reactive Rules (RRs), which can keep two type-compatible RVs in sync directionally or bidirectionally.

This library provides operations to turn GTK+ object properties and fields into RVs, so that they can be used to create reactive user interfaces with minimal effort.

For details, please see the paper "Bridging the GUI Gap with Reactive Values and Relations", by Ivan Perez and Henrik Nilsson at Haskell Symposium 2015.

Versions [faq],, 0.1, 0.3, 0.5
Dependencies base (==4.*), bytestring, cairo, glib, gtk, gtk-helpers, keera-hails-reactivevalues, mtl, transformers [details]
License BSD-3-Clause
Author Ivan Perez
Category Development
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Uploaded by keera_studios_ci at Sat Jul 27 19:11:31 UTC 2019
Distributions NixOS:0.5
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  • Graphics
    • UI
      • Gtk
        • Graphics.UI.Gtk.Reactive
          • Graphics.UI.Gtk.Reactive.Button
          • Graphics.UI.Gtk.Reactive.CheckMenuItem
          • Graphics.UI.Gtk.Reactive.ColorButton
          • Graphics.UI.Gtk.Reactive.Entry
          • Graphics.UI.Gtk.Reactive.Gtk2
          • Graphics.UI.Gtk.Reactive.Image
          • Graphics.UI.Gtk.Reactive.Label
          • Graphics.UI.Gtk.Reactive.MenuItem
          • Graphics.UI.Gtk.Reactive.Property
          • Graphics.UI.Gtk.Reactive.Scale
          • Graphics.UI.Gtk.Reactive.SpinButton
          • Graphics.UI.Gtk.Reactive.StatusIcon
          • Graphics.UI.Gtk.Reactive.TextView
          • Graphics.UI.Gtk.Reactive.ToggleButton
          • Graphics.UI.Gtk.Reactive.ToolButton
          • Graphics.UI.Gtk.Reactive.TreeView
          • Graphics.UI.Gtk.Reactive.Widget
          • Graphics.UI.Gtk.Reactive.Window



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