[Haskell-cafe] Re: Can I use Haskell for web programming
briqueabraque at yahoo.com
Mon Jan 23 05:48:21 EST 2006
I think it would be interesting to ask some professional site to
install hsp, before I go to the cgi solution. If I want to do that, what
should I ask them to install to get a full working environment, with
access to SQL and other stuff?
Niklas Broberg wrote:
> hsp can be run in two different modes. Running the full-blown version
> with runtime system will probably be hard on a professional site, you
> would have to convince them to install hsp. But if you can do without
> the fancier bits, in particular application-scoped data, you can run
> hsp pages as ordinary cgi scripts. Look in the HSPR.CGI.RunCGI module.
> On 1/21/06, Maurício <briqueabraque at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> They both look cool. Do you think I'll be able to find someone to
>>host professional sites using those libraries?
>>Sebastian Sylvan wrote:
>>>On 1/21/06, Maurício <briqueabraque at yahoo.com> wrote:
>>>> Can I use Haskell to do what people do with, say, PHP? More and more
>>>>I have the need for that, and I've been looking into Ruby on Rails. Do
>>>>you thing Haskell could be a choice? Of course, I don't need something
>>>>exactly like PHP (for instance, I don't care if I can't insert code in
>>>>the middle of xhtml pages. If I have to generate everything from Haskell
>>>>code, I would probably like it. Also, CGI can be a choice). But I need
>>>>reasonable efficiency and to be able to find someone to host my site.
>>>> What solutions do you suggest me?
>>>Take a look at WASH and HSP...
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