An outline of the tutorials¶
This tutorial will be a progressive installment on how to write more and more complex reflex apps; Each major section will have a companion repo that you can install and use to learn the concepts we’re presenting.
First Part: How to get started¶
Here we’ll cover how to build, and minify an example app (commands, cabal flags, etc). From the code perspective, the code is slightly more complex than the one in the author’s reflex tutorial, offering a first example of a more complex interaction of signals.
Companion repo: starterApp
Second Part: Client-Server structure and validations¶
Here we’ll see how to write an application with a server and a client part, doing a simple authentication of a form.
- How to organize a project with a common part shared between backend and frontend.
- A simple server, handling the requests for authentication and using wai to gzip the js he’s sending.
- Servant integration: how to treat communication with server in the reflex network (and calculate the reflex functions directly from the API specification).
- A general take on validation, showing how to mix validations on the client and on the server side.
Third Part: Large scale structure of the app, JSX templating¶
Here we’ll show how to write a multi-page app complete with routing, jsx templating, hiding of signals with EventWriter, and we’ll share a simple case of ffi binding.
- Descriving the problem we’re solving with reflex-jsx and the solution
- Global app structuring
- Routing with servant-router and reflex-contrib-router
- An example of advanced widget creation
- EventWriter and the related advantages in the link structure
- The global interceptor-like feature
- FFI bindings
- Comments on Reflex Ecosystem