[Haskell-cafe] Happstack 0.1 Released!
wchogg at gmail.com
Thu Feb 5 21:05:29 EST 2009
On Thu, Feb 5, 2009 at 6:58 PM, Don Stewart <dons at galois.com> wrote:
>> Jochem Berndsen wrote:
>>> The HAppS project has been abandoned, see
>>> http://groups.google.com/group/HAppS/msg/d128331e213c1031 .
>>> The Happstack project is intended to continue development. For more
>>> details, see http://happstack.com/faq.html .
>> So we've got HAppS, Happstack, WASH, Turbinado, probably others... Does
>> anybody know how all these relate to each other? Where their strengths
>> and weaknesses lie?
>> It's nice to have choice, but without knowing what you're choosing
>> between, it's hard to use it well.
> A comparative analysis of the 10+ Haskell web frameworks would be
> happstack, wash, fastcgi.., turbinado, perpubplat, riviera, salvia,
> kibro, ella, what was that one launched yesterday? *ah, yesod...
That's a lot of frameworks to try & compare and I don't think any one
person would have the time to do more than a couple, but perhaps we
could all agree on some kind of non-trivial, but still simple,
application that we could implement & deploy in the most natural way
for each framework. It'd probably be easy to just point prospective
framework users to the resulting series of blog posts elucidating the
features of each.
I'd vote for something like a trimmed down reddit clone, something
that I'd expect everyone could do whether they deploy it via Apache or
something that's part of the framework such as happstack-server.
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