Brussels / 2 & 3 February 2019

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Fractalide and Cantor

A Racket application built with Flow-Based Programming


Fractalide is a Flow-Based Programming framework for making GUI applications in Racket and Rust, tied together by Nix. As one of the first applications to make use of this, we created Cantor, a cryptocurrency wallet.

How did using Racket help us or hinder us, and how does Flow-Based Programming interact and fit with Functional Programming?

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Photo of Claes Wallin Claes Wallin

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