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Declarative GTK Programming in Haskell by Oskar Wickström

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Have you worked on declarative programming of GTK interfaces with Haskell? Functional programming has made a substantial impact on user interface programming for the web but can this be done in Haskell without compiling to Javascript and Electron? Oskar Wickström at LambdAle dug deeper and improves our knowledge on all of this.

 

 

Declarative GTK Programming in Haskell

Functional programming has made a substantial impact on user interface programming for the web, with virtual DOM technologies and unidirectional data flow. Can the same be done in Haskell without compiling to Javascript and Electron? In this talk you will learn about declarative programming of GTK interfaces with Haskell.

 

About Oskar Wickström 

After some years of musical education, Oskar Wickström began his journey into the world of software. He’s currently doing remote work in Haskell, and in his spare time he creates screencasts at haskell-at-work.com. Among the technical topics that interest Oskar are functional programming, systems design, web technology, and programming languages. His more aesthetic side, which mostly involves music, draws him towards graphics and UI design every now and then.​