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ECMAScript back end for Functional Reactive Programming in Agda
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Latest commit aadb8dd Feb 13, 2012 Alan Jeffrey Added Larry Diehl to the list of copyright holders.

README

An implementation of Functional Reactive Programming for building HTML
applications in Agda.

To build and application, start with an HTML file:

  <html>
    <head>
      <title>Hello World</title>
      <script data-main="agda.frp.main" src="require.js"></script>
    </head>
    <body> 
      <h1>A greeting</h1>
      <p class="agda" data-agda="Demo.Hello"></p>
    </body>
  </html>

This is just a regular old HTML file, which loads the agda.frp.main
JavaScript module (using require.js, but any AMD-compliant JavaScript
module loader should work). The important part is:

  <p class="agda" data-agda="Demo.Hello"></p>

The "agda" class and data-agda attribute indicates that an Agda program
should be executed inside the annotated node.

Now write an Agda program:

  open import FRP.JS.Behaviour using ( Beh ; [_] )
  open import FRP.JS.DOM using ( DOM ; text )
  open import FRP.JS.RSet using ( ⟦_⟧ )

  module Demo.Hello where
 
  main : ∀ {w} → ⟦ Beh (DOM w) ⟧
  main = text ["Hello, world."]

This program creates a text node whose content is always "Hello, World."

Compile (using the darcs snapshot of Agda 2.2.11):

  agda --js Demo/Hello.agda

this will create a bunch of js files such as jAgda.Demo.Hello.js.

Put all the .js files (including require.js and the agda.frp.*.js
files) in the same directory as hello.html.

Load hello.html in a browser, and enjoy.

There are unit tests in FRP.JS.Test, which link against John Resig's
QUnit (http://docs.jquery.com/QUnit). To run the tests, first "make tests",
then load build/tests.html in a browser.

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