[Haskell-cafe] Re: Planning for a website
Colin Paul Adams
colin at colina.demon.co.uk
Wed Aug 19 11:13:14 EDT 2009
>>>>> "Gour" == Gour <gour at gour-nitai.com> writes:
>>>>> "Colin" == Colin Paul Adams <colin at colina.demon.co.uk> writes:
Colin> So my major decision is what framework and html-generating
Colin> libraries to use. There is such a wide choice on the
Colin> Haskell Wiki. But I guess some are more maintained than
Colin> others. For instance, WASH attracts me, with it's guarantee
Colin> of valid generated pages, but it isn't clear to me that
Colin> it's actively maintained (last date I can see on the web
Colin> pages is 2006).
Gour> Have you thought about Turbinado (http://turbinado.org) ?
I didn't like it when I clicked on the link that says:
Learn about Turbinado here
and got a this page doesn't exist response.
Then I looked at the archticeture link, and didn't like the idea of
having to generate Haskell data types from relational tables (if i
understood it right).
I'd much rather be using happstack's macid stuff, especially as I will
have only very low usage, so i shouldn't have any scalability problems.
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