Revery

Open source

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

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Make a custom one time or recurring contribution to support this collective.
+ 49

47 individuals and 5 organizations have contributed

Recurring contribution

Backer

Become a Backer and help us sustain our activities!

Starts at

$5 USD / month

+ 26

28 individuals and 2 organizations have contributed

Top financial contributors

Individuals

1

Jordan Walke

$2k USD since Jan 2018

2

Christian Blunden

$240 USD since Jan 2018

3

anonymous

$135 USD since Apr 2018

4

Richard Dean

$135 USD since Aug 2019

5

Amadeus Folego

$110 USD since Nov 2017

6

Taylon Silva

$100 USD since Jun 2020

7

Tal Amuyal

$95 USD since Nov 2017

8

Eric Eldredge

$80 USD since Mar 2019

9

Flan Mou

$75 USD since Oct 2019

10

Henry Levy

$75 USD since Dec 2019

11

Ryan Edge

$68 USD since Jan 2019

12

anonymous

$65 USD since May 2018

13

Simon Korzunov

$60 USD since Jun 2019

14

Mika Kalathil

$56 USD since Mar 2018

15

Otto von Wachter

$55 USD since Aug 2019

Organizations

1

Triplebyte

$265 USD since Feb 2019

2

Two Story Robot

$10 USD since Feb 2019

3

lumo

$8 USD since Dec 2019

4

Scraper API 2

$2 USD since Aug 2018

Budget

See how money openly circulates through Revery. All contributions and all expenses are published in our transparent public ledger. Learn who is donating, how much, where is that money going, submit expenses, get reimbursed and more!

Monthly financial contribution to Oni (Backer)

Eric Eldredge | 06/02/2020 | View Details 
+$5.00USD

Monthly financial contribution to Oni (Backer)

Vincent Cheung | 06/02/2020 | View Details 
+$2.00USD

Monthly financial contribution to Oni (Backer)

anonymous | 06/02/2020 | View Details 
+$5.00USD

Today’s balance

$1,316.63 USD

Estimated annual budget

~ $2,450.52 USD

Revery is all of us

Our contributors 56

Everyone who has supported Revery. Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.

Amadeus Folego
Collective Admin

Total contributions

$110 USD

Backer

Ryan C
Collective Admin

Total contributions

$25 USD

Bryan Phelps
Collective Admin
Jordan Walke
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$1,500 USD

Gold Sponsor

Triplebyte
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$265 USD

Backer

Christian Blu...
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$240 USD

Thanks and keep up the awesome project!

anonymous
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$135 USD

Backer

Richard Dean
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$135 USD

Backer

Taylon Silva
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$100 USD

Backer

Tal Amuyal
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$95 USD

Backer

Eric Eldredge
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$80 USD

Backer

Flan Mou
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$75 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