React is a low-level library that provides signal/slot and functional reactive programming-like primitives. It can serve as the basis for a user interface toolkit, or any other library that has a model on which clients will listen and to which they will react.
- API docs are available.
sbt publish-local to build and install the library to your local Ivy repository (i.e.
mvn install to build and install the library to your local Maven repository (i.e.
The Objective-C library is distributed as an Xcode project with no external dependencies. Add
react.xcodeproj to your project, add
/path/to/react/src/main/objc to your user header search
paths, and add
#import "React.h" to your project's pre-compiled header.
To add a React dependency to a Maven project, add the following to your
<dependencies> <dependency> <groupId>com.threerings</groupId> <artifactId>react</artifactId> <version>1.5.1</version> </dependency> </dependencies>
To add it to an Ivy, SBT, or other Maven-repository-using build configuration, simply remove the vast majority of the boilerplate above.
If you prefer to download a pre-built binary, that can be found here:
React is also usable from GWT. Add the jar to your project per
the above instructions and add the following to your
React is released under the New BSD License. The most recent version of the library is available at http://github.com/threerings/react
Questions, comments, and other communications should be directed to the Three Rings Libraries Google Group.