New Book Examines Emerging Field of Reactive Programming and Dataflow
"Dataflow and Reactive Programming System" by Matt Carkci is a practical guide for software developers to understand the emerging technology of Reactive Programming and Dataflow from the inside out.
St. Louis, MO USA (I-Newswire) September 28, 2013 - "Dataflow and Reactive Programming System" by Matt Carkci is a practical guide for software developers to understand the emerging technology of Reactive Programming and Dataflow from the inside out. The book is a current Kickstarter project at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1712125778/dataflow-and-reactive-programming-systems
"Dataflow and Reactive Programming are 'hot' now because it makes parallel programming and UI design easier - two areas I cringe at." -Matt Carkci (Author)
The recent Gartner Inc. report, "Hype Cycle for Application Development, 2013" reports that Reactive Programming is a technology "on the rise". Other evidence also points to Dataflow/Reactive Programming becoming the next paradigm, after Functional Programming.
* Search traffic for the term "reactive programming," grew 60% from Aug. 2012 to Aug. 2013 on Google.
*The recent NoFlo Kickstarter project raised $115,000 to implement Dataflow for the Web
* The "Reactive Manifesto" was published and soon followed by a few big-names (Martin Odersky, Erik Meijer and Roland Kuhn) offering a free course on Reactive Programming at Coursera.
The book covers all major flavors of dataflow by comparing the key features of each dataflow model with code samples and practical examples. By the end of the book the developer will be able to understand and design all flavors of dataflow including Reactive, Pure Dataflow, Flow-Based, Actors and Unix Pipes.
"Dataflow" is a wide topic that includes Reactive Programming and Flow-Based Programming with a 'tower of babble' for terminology. Every term has multiple meanings and every meaning has multiple terms. -Matt Carkci (Author)
Dataflow concepts are used in a wide range of applications. Video games, web pages, circuit simulation and music production are just a few of the domains that have been using dataflow for years. Every one of those has a specialized dataflow engine designed for the task at hand. This book will help developers designing their own dataflow system, to understand all the options available to them so they can design the right system… the first time.
Available in print and electronic formats for backers starting at $12 (or $10 for first 50 backers) at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1712125778/dataflow-and-reactive-programming-systems.
Contact: Matt Carkci (Author), matt@deepFriedCode.com. Creatives at http://www.deepFriedCode.com/dataflowbook/creatives
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Published On:September 28, 2013
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