Bob Reynders

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The development of robust and efficient interactive web applications is challenging, because developers have to deal with multiple programming languages, asynchronous events, propagating data and events between clients and servers, data consistency and much more. Several approaches for (partly) addressing these challenges have been proposed. Two relevant(More)
Web applications are inherently event-driven and traditionally implemented using imperative callbacks in Javascript. An alternative approach for such programs is functional reactive programming (FRP). FRP offers abstractions to make event-driven programming convenient, safe and composable, but like pure functions it is isolated from the 'outside' world. In(More)
With Internet of Things applications growing in size and popularity, physical sensor networks are more often running multiple complex applications. It becomes increasingly important to maintain these event-driven programs on embedded systems. Traditionally, event-driven applications such as sensor network applications are written using an imperative style(More)
Embedded domain specific languages (EDSLs) are used to represent special-purpose code in a general-purpose language and they are used for applications like vector calculations and run-time code generation. Often, code in an EDSL is compiled to a target (e.g. GPU languages, JVM bytecode, assembly, JavaScript) and needs to interface with other code that is(More)
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