[Haskell-cafe] Re: What is the maturity of Haskell Web Frameworks

Achim Schneider barsoap at web.de
Wed Jun 4 23:05:15 EDT 2008

"Paul L" <ninegua at gmail.com> wrote:

> Does such a beast exist or am I entirely day dreaming?
Daydreaming, at least partly: Just consider state that can't be stored
client-side at all, e.g. the contents of a wiki page.

Networking or HTML as interface isn't the real problem: It's the
multi-headedness of applications that make things complicated. As soon
as you have multiple programs or multiple instances of the same program
modify shared data, things get involved.

Traffic is another problem if state accumulates.

Thinking about REST, a nice feature to have would be session timeout
notifying: The server can keep the connection open and replace the
displayed page with one notifying the user that he's too slow for
current timeout settings.

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