Reactive-C - Meije
A set of classes for reactive programming in Java
Demo | Comparison
with Java threads
SugarCubes is a set of Java classes for implementing
software systems such as:
event based systems, especially those where events are instantly
broadcast throughout the system. Communicating in this framework is like
in radio transmissions, where emitters send information that is instantaneously
received by all receivers.
parallel systems, in particular thread-less ones. Here, parallelism
is a logical programming construct to implement activities which are supposed
to proceed concurrently and not one after the other.
reactive systems, which continuously react to activations.
SugarCubes is used to implement Reactive
Scripts and Icobj
Programming on top of the Java language.
The SugarCubes v2 is now available.
The following paper describes in french this new version of SugarCubes:
Implementation de l'approche reactive en Java : les SugarCubes
v2, Jean-Ferdy Susini, Actes MSR'99, Hermes, 1999.
The reference manual for
SugarCubes v2 is available (pdf file, 84K).
of Java threads and SugarCubes. A paper is available which describes
a small example of concurrent program coded with threads and with SugarCubes.
Code of the example is also available.
The Web-Icobj demo in Java [french]
The SugarCubes Tool Box - Definition -
The SugarCubes Tool Box - Nets of Reactive
Processes Implementation - [html]
The SugarCubes Tool Box - Rsi-java Implementation
Inria CMA/Meije, BP 93, 2004 route des Lucioles, 06902 Sophia Antipolis,
Susini, Inria CMA/Meije, BP 93, 2004 route des Lucioles, 06902
Sophia Antipolis, France. <Jean-Ferdinand.Susini@sophia.inria.fr>