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A tutorial for reflex-dom with small code bits

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reflex-dom-inbits - A beginner friendly step by step tutorial for reflex-dom

License BSD3

This is a beginner-friendly tutorial for reflex-dom. It shows how to write Haskell programs with a graphical user interface. It contains an introductionary text and examples in short bits.

Reflex-Dom is a library to create Haskell applications with a Graphical User Interface (GUI). The GUI is based on the popular Document Object Model (DOM) that is used in the Internet Browsers. Therefore Reflex-Dom programs can be run in the Web Browser or as a Webkit-Gtk application.

Reflex-dom is based on Reflex, a Haskell implementation of Functional Reactive Programming.

It's not necessary to be a Haskell guru to follow this tutorial. A basic understanding of Haskell and the concepts of Functor, Applicative and Monad is enough. With Reflex-Dom you can write GUI applications in Haskell without understanding the concepts of State Monad or Monad Transformers. You need also a basic background on HTML and on Cascaded Style Sheets (CSS). Of course, the more experience you have, the easier it is.

Start by cloning this repository with git clone Continue by installing Reflex.Dom. The preferred installation method is to use the reflex-platform from Alternatively you can use stack, however, this will take a long time. If you use stack, I recommend to use version of cabal. I was unable to run stack setup with cabal

Then read the file

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