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Have you ever considered what actually causes the sound of thunder? The past summer brought with it a few thunder storms, which got me thinking about a topic I find very fascinating and cool: simulating thunder! The simulation Note that the simulation can be quite heavy for more complex...
So you're curious in learning this new thing called (Functional) Reactive Programming (FRP).
The hardest part of the learning journey is thinking in FRP. It's a lot about letting go of old imperative and stateful habits of typical programming, and forcing your brain to work in a different paradigm. I haven't found any guide on the internet in this aspect, and I think the world deserves a practical tutorial on how to think in FRP, so that you can get started. Library documentation can light your way after that. I hope this helps you.
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