Atze Dijkstra wrote: > Heinrich Apfelmus wrote: > >> Personally, I'm betting on browser-based GUIs, and in particular Chris >> Done's "ji" project >> >> https://github.com/chrisdone/ji >> >> It's not on hackage and I get the impression that Chris has abandoned >> his little experiment, but he has still accepted a patch I've sent. A >> small experiment on my part >> >> http://apfelmus.nfshost.com/blog/2012/10/31-frp-ji.html >> >> has actually convinced me that implementing GUIs in this way is both >> viable and useful. If someone else were to take an interest in Ji as >> well, I'd be very happy to contribute. > > Although I think many GUI's will (eventually) run via a browser, > I also think there is a place for standalone (i.e. non client/server) > apps with a responsive interface with many bells & whistles. > In other words, until the time browser based GUI's like ji > are a reality wxHaskell (and/or gtk2hs) will have to do the job.