[Haskell-cafe] Smooth developer experience with Cloud IDE for modern Haskell now
compl.yue at icloud.com
Thu Apr 22 10:04:14 UTC 2021
Also FYI, I had had bad experience on Replit (https://replit.com/ <https://replit.com/>), which can also run GHC/Cabal on the cloud, it is overly restrictive on RAM occupation in GHC's cases, the compiler process can be killed halfway compiling sufficiently large projects.
While Gitpod workspace provisions ideal hardware resources for GHC to live in.
> On 2021-04-22, at 17:19, YueCompl via Haskell-Cafe <haskell-cafe at haskell.org> wrote:
> Dear Cafe,
> I'd like to share that I find that, we can have rather smooth developer experience for Haskell, on cloud, now.
> Gitpod (https://gitpod.io <https://gitpod.io/>) recently supported VSCode in addition to Eclipse Theia, making the UX much more smoother, with proper Gitpod workspace setup, now it's much easier for Haskell beginners, as well as chromeOS and Windows users to painlessly onboard modern Haskell.
> Github codespaces (https://github.com/features/codespaces <https://github.com/features/codespaces>) is up coming too, there sure will be industry strength cloud infrastructures for serious Haskell development soon.
> And the setup can be fully automated, a full fledged Cloud IDE for modern Haskell development, is only a click away, see my demo:
> https://github.com/complyue/GHCiCode#readme <https://github.com/complyue/GHCiCode#readme>
> I also expect more beginner-friendly tutorials can be written this way, especially for Windows users, they'll be able to touch & feel the mass without going through painful setup procedures.
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