Find descriptions of Muster terminology below.
Muster An element in the graph, may contain child branches. See Node.
Muster A graph node which contains functional operations that can be called (with or without args) to perform its function.
React A UI Component
React A connector between Muster and a UI component. Defines the data requirements for that component
Programming A style of programming where the code describes what you want to do, not necessarily how you want to do it.
Muster Links between graph nodes.
Muster The full definition of the use of graph nodes e.g.
array([1,2,3]) -> array([value(1),value(2),value(3)])
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Muster A collection of arbitrary, abstract objects called 'nodes' or 'vertices' that represent points of connection. Nodes are then connected via 'paths' or 'edges', and are used within Muster to store information.
Muster The shorthand definition of the use of graph nodes. Opposite to explicit
Muster Short for 'Graph node'. Used to store, act on or reference data directly and indirectly in the graph.
Muster Actions performed by a node, usually a way of interacting between nodes in the graph.
React Props are used in React to pass data to a component by a parent component.
Muster React A component which takes in a mandatory property (the Muster graph) which it then provides to each child connected component.
Web-Development An approach to application state management that focuses on re-rendering visual components only when their underlying data changes.
Muster A process of node resolution that gets from the definition of the node to the output (aka static node)
Muster A graph node which contains mutable data which can be modified by a setter.
Muster A graph node which contains immutable data.
Muster The act of resolving a node, either directly or indirectly, in order to get its result.
NaN) [def from mdn]
Muster A set of definitions representing a potential set of node that don’t exist in memory until they’re invoked, such as the set of every potential set of geographic coordinates, or every possible user ID. Entities are only resolved when specific data is requested.