[Haskell-beginners] Web frameworks

Haisheng Wu freizl at gmail.com
Fri Jun 17 16:49:12 CEST 2011

Yesod is cool though I know a little about that.

Actually I have one question that what's the reason it has 'special' (a
better word?) style at programming CSS and JavaScripts?
Seems like no other frameworks doing that? (Correct me if I am wrong)


On Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 9:38 PM, Christopher Done
<chrisdone at googlemail.com>wrote:

> On 17 June 2011 14:53, Michael Snoyman <michael at snoyman.com> wrote:
>> I'm not saying Happstack or Snap are bad frameworks, quite the
>> opposite. But I don't think these generic "X isn't mature" or "Y has
>> bad documentation" do much to help newcomers become acclimated.
> I'll back this up, Yesod has quite an extensive book with tips and tricks
> including corner cases and such: http://www.yesodweb.com/book
> I'd like to respectfully disagree with this assessment. I'm not quite
>> sure what you mean by "mature", but Yesod has been developed actively
>> for two years, has the vast majority of features you'll need on a
>> project, is in use by many production settings and has the highest
>> performance figures of any of the big three frameworks.
> FWIW I think he means the API changes, not that the software itself is
> runtime-stable. The "developed actively" may imply a changing API. I don't
> know whether this is true, but I think that's what he meant.
> Anyway, I doubt maturity as in runtime stability matters that much to
> newbies.
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