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The Gonimo Architecture

11th October 2018 in London at CodeNode

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Robert will be talking about an MVC architecture for reflex based applications. Reflex is an FRP library mostly used for building GUIs based on reflex-dom. By means of jsaddle, it is also possible to build native applications, even for Android. While reflex is great and very flexible, it often comes up that it is not particularly clear on how to structure an application with it. The Gonimo architecture is one way of structuring modular applications that are fun to build and maintain.

Have a look at Robert's blog post (just part 1 for now), for more details.

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The Gonimo Architecture

Robert Klotzner

Robert was born in Vienna in 1986 (Austria). Since he learned in school that anyone owning a computer has the means to write programs for it, he bought a 1200 pages book on C++ and was into programming. Since then he is a self taught passionate programmer, both as a hobby and professionally. Later he also learned Java, Python, Lua, Assembler and D. D was the first language that finally let him leave his mother tongue (C++) behind a bit until he finally learned Haskell and was sold on statically typed functional programming and Haskell in particular, embracing laziness. He had courses about Haskell at the Vienna University of Technology and worked through a bunch of books.

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Robert will be talking about an MVC architecture for reflex based applications. Reflex is an FRP library mostly used for building GUIs based on reflex-dom. By means of jsaddle, it is also possible to build native applications, even for Android. While reflex is great and very flexible, it often comes up that it is not particularly clear on how to structure an application with it. The Gonimo architecture is one way of structuring modular applications that are fun to build and maintain.

Have a look at Robert's blog post (just part 1 for now), for more details.

Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

The Gonimo Architecture

Robert Klotzner

Robert was born in Vienna in 1986 (Austria). Since he learned in school that anyone owning a computer has the means to write programs for it, he bought a 1200 pages book on C++ and was into programming. Since then he is a self taught passionate programmer, both as a hobby and professionally. Later he also learned Java, Python, Lua, Assembler and D. D was the first language that finally let him leave his mother tongue (C++) behind a bit until he finally learned Haskell and was sold on statically typed functional programming and Haskell in particular, embracing laziness. He had courses about Haskell at the Vienna University of Technology and worked through a bunch of books.

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