[Haskell-cafe] lightweight web interface for Haskell?

Tikhon Jelvis tikhon at jelv.is
Sat Aug 23 18:43:03 UTC 2014

Perhaps tryhaskell.org matches what you're looking for? It comes with an
interactive tutorial which might be a good place to start—or, if you want,
I'm sure you could use it to set up your own tutorial just by changing the
code. However, I think it's mainly interactive and doesn't support writing
and loading modules.

It's a shame that paste.hskll.org is down, especially because it had
support for the diagrams library.

On Sat, Aug 23, 2014 at 11:36 AM, Richard Eisenberg <eir at cis.upenn.edu>

> Hi Cafe,
> Does anyone know of a website where I can write a few lines of Haskell and
> have them run? Ideally, there would be a place to write a module and then a
> place to load the module into GHCi. I seem to recall something that fit my
> needs at paste.hskll.org, but that site is no longer working.
> I'm asking because I'll be teaching an undergraduate course this fall in
> introductory Haskell. There are no prerequisites for the course, and my
> course roster suggests that I'll have several students with no programming
> background at all. (This is great, actually -- I love facilitating a new
> programmer's first steps!) It might be nice to get students off the ground
> quickly before bogging them down with installation details -- hence the
> website I'm looking for.
> Thanks!
> Richard
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