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Shpadoinkle is a programming model for UI development, oriented around simplicity, performance, and ergonomics. We will build a small application in Shpadoinkle from scratch. This will be an application just big enough to demonstrate how simple concepts compose gracefully into larger structures. We will discuss how to formalize separation of concerns and define what it means to be a UI component.
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Shpadoinkle User Interface Programming (Lightning Talk)
Isaac Shapira is a purely functional user interface architect, with production experience with everything from Elm, to PureScript, Reflex, and of course Shpadoinkle. He has a background in user experience design and human factors research, with a focus on complex user interface for analytics use cases. His passion lies in the relationship between type theory and human computer interaction.