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  1. ghcjs/ghcjs

    Haskell to JavaScript compiler, based on GHC

    Haskell 2k 149

  2. reflex-frp/reflex

    Reflex FRP is a composable, cross-platform functional reactive programming framework for Haskell. It allows you to build interactive components in pure functional style, working in harmony with est…

    Haskell 659 106

  3. reflex-frp/reflex-platform

    Reflex FRP is a composable, cross-platform functional reactive programming framework for Haskell. It allows you to build interactive components in pure functional style, working in harmony with est…

    Nix 462 104

  4. tathougies/beam

    A type-safe, non-TH Haskell SQL library and ORM

    Haskell 290 66

  5. reflex-frp/reflex-dom

    Reflex FRP is a composable, cross-platform functional reactive programming framework for Haskell. It allows you to build interactive components in pure functional style, working in harmony with es…

    Haskell 227 106

39 contributions in 2014

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Contribution activity

November 2014

Created their first repository

Luigy Leon created their first repository!

First repository

Private repository

Created a pull request in andreypopp/reactify that received 5 comments

`--target es5` enables es6 class getters and setters

es5 compatibility is already assumed for some of the harmony transforms so this shouldn't affect any previous behavior es6 class getters and setter…

+29 −3 5 comments

Created an issue in littlebits/www-developers that received 11 comments

replacing duo with webpack (proof of concept)

Hi, @stresslimit this video shows some of the things that I mentioned in the email. One server handles serving the bundles (index.js + index.css) a…

11 comments
5 contributions in private repositories Nov 19 – Nov 22

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