pipes

pipes is a clean and powerful stream processing library that lets you build and connect reusable streaming components, Advantages over traditional streaming libraries: Concise API: Use simple commands like for, (>->), await, and yield; Blazing fast: Implementation tuned for speed, including shortcut fusion; Lightweight Dependency: pipes is small and compiles very rapidly, including dependencies; Elegant semantics: Use practical category theory; ListT: Correct implementation of ListT that interconverts with pipes; Bidirectionality: Implement duplex channels; Extensive Documentation: Second to none!

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  1. Kammar, Ohad; Lindley, Sam; Oury, Nicolas: Handlers in action (2013)
  2. PirĂ³g, Maciej; Gibbons, Jeremy: Monads for behaviour (2013)