[web-devel] Re: ANNOUNCE: yesod 0.2.0
michael at snoyman.com
Tue May 25 07:14:26 EDT 2010
Absolutely, that was a primary design goal. There's really two packages at
* Jeremy Shaw's web-routes provides some basic infrastructure.
* My web-routes-quasi provides the quasi-quoted syntax and template haskell
code for generating the render, parse and dispatch functions.
Currently web-routes-quasi is pretty tailor-made for Yesod, but I'd be happy
to make changes to have it fit your needs. I originally wanted the package
to be more general, but realized I really needed user feedback on the
features desired in order to do that properly.
On Tue, May 25, 2010 at 2:10 PM, Alberto G. Corona <agocorona at gmail.com>wrote:
> Could your web-routes be general enough to be integrated in other
> frameworks?. du to my special requirements I´m working on my own app-server
> (persistence, clustering, state, threading, but not web framework) and I
> would like to have web components available to put at the top, rather than
> web frameworks.
> 2010/5/24 Gregory Collins <greg at gregorycollins.net>
>> Michael Snoyman <michael at snoyman.com> writes:
>> > This monologue isn't meant as a Yesod-is-better-than-Snap, it's meant
>> > to point out that type-safe URLs are a very powerful feature, and I
>> > think it fits very nicely with the Haskell nature. I'd really urge
>> > people to look hard at them and consider using them.
>> Enough people want this that I've been talking with Jeremy about doing a
>> web-routes backend for Snap -- sounds like less than an hour's work. On
>> the todo list...
>> Gregory Collins <greg at gregorycollins.net>
>> web-devel mailing list
>> web-devel at haskell.org
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