The story of a useful acronym with overprotective parents
Functional Reactive Programming (FRP) is an increasingly popular acronym. Both reactive and functional programming are genuinely useful terms conveying ideas without formal rigor…
You've probably seen this tutorial I wrote some time ago. Too long? Alright. Rx is not that hard, you could have invented it yourself. Keep reading.
You know arrays? Of course you do. Here is one:
[ 14, 9, 5, 2, 10, 13, 4 ]
Programmers sometimes advocate hacking as a beautiful thing to do. "Let's let go of the concept of harmony", and that sort of thing.