[Haskell-cafe] What is the maturity of Haskell Web Frameworks
dons at galois.com
Tue Jun 3 13:23:03 EDT 2008
A new version of happs was written on a Monday a couple of months ago,
using fastcgi and takusen. We're running it at galois, and you can
find the code on code.haskell.org/hpaste. So not quite what you wanted,
but another data point.
> Note however that hpaste runs off an earlier version of HAppS, which
> has changed radically from v8 to v9.
> I seem to remember discussion of porting hpaste to the latest HAppS as
> a demo app... are there still plans to do that?
> 2008/6/2 Don Stewart <dons at galois.com>:
> > aditya_siram:
> >> I am building a web-app that, in broad strokes, allows a leader to
> >> assign tasks to team members and allows team members to
> >> accept/reject/pick tasks that they want to do.
> >> I really like Haskell and I would like to use it to implement the
> >> solution. Are frameworks like Happs ready? Not so much in terms of
> >> documentation, but in functionality and stability.
> > HAppS is nice (see hpaste.org for example, which is nice and simple, and
> > has been running for over a year).
> > Another nice option in Haskell is using something like HStringTemplate
> > or the xhtml combinators with fastcgi hooked into GHC's concurrency
> > mechanisms.
> > You can find *many* more things here,
> > http://hackage.haskell.org/packages/archive/pkg-list.html#cat:Network
> > http://hackage.haskell.org/packages/archive/pkg-list.html#cat:Web
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