[Haskell-cafe] ANNOUNCE: MFlow 0.2

Heinrich Apfelmus apfelmus at quantentunnel.de
Fri Jan 18 12:08:15 CET 2013

Alberto G. Corona wrote:
> Hello. haskellers and, specially, web developpers.
> This is the second version of MFlow, a deep-first effort in the development
> of a platform for web applications at the higher level, by including as
> much haskell magic as possible. It is at the same time experimental and
> intended to be used in industry. I believe that haskell will not have its
> chance in the Web if it does not bring unique advantages and challenging
> paradigms beyond speed and type safety.
> Deep-first means that the effort is more in the addition higher level
> features rather than in being complete and bug free, with the conviction
> that feedback from real usage at the highest level is the best guide for
> development.
> Rather than to mimic other platforms in other languages, MFlow is as
> Haskell'ish as possible, and introduces new approaches like  statefulness,
>  event sourcing, back-execution, composable, active, self contained widgets
> and persistent STM. All of them collaborate to create a high level
> environment for web programming.
> This release adds bidings for WAI, blaze-html, stateful AJAX, active
> widgets,  requirements, content management, multilanguage and URLs to pages
> inside stateful procedures.
> The package:
> [http://hackage.haskell.org/package/MFlow
> The entry in my blog, with the announcement and the philosophy behind
> http://haskell-web.blogspot.com.es/2013/01/announce-mflow-02.html

For some reason, your blog posts are not displayed in my browser 
(Chrome). I block all cookies and I'm using adblock, though.

Best regards,
Heinrich Apfelmus


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