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Revery

High-performance, cross-platform desktop apps - built with Reason!

Contributors


Revery is all of us

Our contributors 63

Thank you for supporting Revery.

Amadeus Folego

Admin

$110 USD

Ryan C

Admin

$25 USD

Bryan

Admin

Jordan Walke

Gold Sponsor

$1,500 USD

Richard Dean

Backer

$360 USD

Taylon Silva

Backer

$340 USD

Triplebyte

Backer

$265 USD

Christian Blu...

Backer

$240 USD

Thanks and keep up the awesome project!

anonymous

Backer

$225 USD

Eric Eldredge

Backer

$170 USD

Simon Korzunov

Backer

$155 USD

Otto von Wachter

Backer

$145 USD

Very cool project, great potential

Budget


Transparent and open finances.

Financial contribution to Open Source Collective

Debit from Revery to Open Source Collective

-$0.38USD
Completed
Balance transfer

by Ryan Cross

-$2,420.00 USD
Paid
Invoice #58583
Monthly financial contribution to Revery (Backer)

Credit from Woosang Lee to Revery

+$5.00USD
Completed
Contribution #99581
$
Today’s balance

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Total raised

$4,181.36 USD

Total disbursed

$4,181.36 USD

Estimated annual budget

$105.95 USD

About


What is Revery?

Revery is a new way to build desktop (and later, mobile) applications. Revery is built on the Reason/OCaml toolchain - giving you instant startup and performance comparable to native C code.

Revery is inspired by React, with a component-based user interface model implemented as a 'pure function' of state. It's like having a fast version of Electron with React built-in!

We believe that React is the best way to build user interfaces today - and when you bring that together with the performance of native code, in a language that feels like it was purpose - built for a functional UI paradigm - you can build great apps faster.

Why support Revery?

Revery is free and open-source - MIT Licensed - but developing features and functionality takes a lot of work. We believe in sustainable open source, and Revery is dependent on the community to grow.

Funds will be used as follows:

  • Cover our core expenses (AWS hosting, CI subscriptions, etc)
  • Compensation for contributors and maintainers time
  • Funding for projects to further Revery (documentation pushes, developer tooling, native libraries)

If you're excited about the possibility of a natively-compiled React, consider contributing to our OpenCollective!

To learn more, check out http://outrunlabs.com/revery, or visit our playground to try out the JavaScript build: http://outrunlabs.com/revery/playground

Our team