[Haskell-cafe] Strongly typed data / API specification librares
creichert07 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 20 17:44:19 UTC 2015
Are you looking for something like this: https://github.com/twittner/swagger?
Basicallly, a DSL to generate the API specification? The added benefit is
that it's compatible with WAI which helps when/if you want to serve the
I've used the interactive documentation and swagger-codegen to generate
several clients in other languages (python, ruby). I'm quite happy with the
On Fri, Mar 20, 2015 at 7:06 AM, Ignas Vyšniauskas <i.vysniauskas at gmail.com>
> Hi cafe,
> Does anyone know of any libraries that allow one to describe data /
> interfaces (think IDLs), with emphasis on good support for modules,
> strong typing and extensibility?
> I am thinking in the lines of Thrift, Piqi, Swagger, but with
> the core data specification language as decoupled as possible from any
> kind of implementation related things (such as actual representation
> of data, or RPC / RESTful bindings).
> haskell-servant and silk-rest are kind of relevant, but they are
> very much oriented towards RESTful APIs.
> Sorry if this is slightly off-topic, but I couldn't think anywhere
> else to inquire about this.
> : https://thrift.apache.org/
> : http://piqi.org/
> : http://swagger.io/
> : http://haskell-servant.github.io/
> : http://silkapp.github.io/rest/
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