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There is a reason-vue project (https://github.com/JasonShin/reason-vue), but from my memories with Vue it is not a great fit for a statically typed language because a lot in Vue is "stringly typed" (which means that it is untyped and basically works by using the same/right string in your code, opening a huge opportunity for typo-bugs that a compiler cannot find).

You may want to look into this project which is an alternative to the React ecosystem: an implementation of the Elm architecture in OCaml/BuckleScript (and thus Reason).

https://github.com/OvermindDL1/bucklescript-tea

> What about server-side with Node?

Possible with Reason, yet compilation to native is also possible from Reason... This allows one to use really fast all-OCaml libraries. Like this HTTP server:

https://github.com/inhabitedtype/httpaf




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