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Reactive programming is a recent programming technique that provides dedicated language abstractions for reactive software. Reactive programming relieves developers from manually updating outputs when the inputs of a computation change, it overcomes a number of well-know issues of the Observer design pattern, and it makes programs more comprehensible. Unfortunately, complementing the new paradigm with proper tools is a vastly unexplored area. Hence, as of now, developers can embrace reactivedoi:10.1145/2884781.2884815 dblp:conf/icse/SalvaneschiM16 fatcat:2kgm6ihpebbmncnrecrivmxxom