[web-devel] On the state of Haskell web frameworks
marco-oweber at gmx.de
Mon Sep 20 04:50:10 CEST 2010
Excerpts from Nils Schweinsberg's message of Sun Sep 19 18:50:39 +0200 2010:
> there are any nice ways to combine those two worlds?
- http://github.com/sviperll/ghcjs (There is work in progress):
JS backend for GHC. You have to find a way to compile the base
packages. It was originally written for ghc-6.8.2
- YHC (york haskell compiler) has a JS backend
- of course those DSL's you can find on hackage
My guess is that Haskells laziness adds both: a runtime penalty and a
code size penalty. I don't have proofs for that.
But be aware that there is some competition (non Haskell):
has some features of WASH. The urls have nicer names though.
- http://www.itu.dk/people/mael/smltojs/ (ml to js)
[ - HaXe.org (not such a strong type system - but it you can even create
.swf files!) ]
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