yesod: Creation of type-safe, RESTful web applications. API docs and the README are available at streaming- commons, template-haskell, text, transformers (>=), unix. Safe Haskell, None. Language, Haskell Description. Provides for getting input from either GET or POST params without generating HTML. API docs and the README are available at yesod-form. Third-party packages which you can find useful.

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I’ve used Scotty myself and it’s a awesome! The REST model identifies a web resource with a web path. I don’t understand why ppl don’t like yesod.

Yesod provides everything, and the scaffolding template is top notch. Hi Folks, This is my second attempt at learning Haskell, and I want to know if I gesod enough of the language to stop looking at learning resources and start actually building things while learning. The jaskell packages are part of the yesod-platform: To clarify, Yesod yeesod fine for single page apps too, and the scaffolding now includes an API usage example creating a comment from an Ajax request.

In general, if your code compiles, it works. If making a true single page app you should be able to just remove packages like yesod-form to slim things down a tad.

Want to add to the discussion? The console command yesod keter packs the web app. I say go for it! The documentation is second to ad. It can either accept input from standard in, or by a list of named files. The good stuff about Yesod iseven if you don’t like it, it’s quite easy to remove and replace the bits you don’t like. Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities.


If that’s your goal I recommend reading Haskell from first principles.

Yesod (web framework)

But more importantly the DSLs are correct: Handler getRequest import “text” Data. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. I think yesod is much easier to understand for beginners the hvect stuffs in spock gives me headache, and I have no idea about type operations so servant looks like magic to me.

Yea honestly, although Yesod isn’t my favorite framework, the Yesod book is a really great way to learn how to write practical apps with Haskell.

Text Text import “shakespeare” Text. The templates admit code expression interpolations in web-like language snippetsmaking them fully type-checked at compile-time. But when you need more, you can tune your compiled code for something even faster. Setting up routing tables, creating database schemas, and dealing with forms can all be long, repetitive code. Asynchronous made easy The Haskell runtime is asynchronous automatically.

It walks through how to make a web server from a practical perspective it’s very light on theory. Yesod is very opinionated and that makes for apps that “just work” out of the box. Quite some ecosystem of libraries exist. ClientSession [19] it stores the session in a cookieServerSession [20] [21] it stores most of the session data at the server. Wikipedia articles with style issues from September All articles with style issues Articles needing cleanup from September All pages needing cleanup Articles containing how-to sections Articles lacking reliable references from September All articles lacking reliable references Articles containing Hebrew-language text Articles with Spanish-language external links.


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Enough to Move to Yesod? : haskell

I read a lot about spock, snap, happstack and yesod before I started a real project. They should be referred prepending “Msg” to the message identifier.

A program that can yeod rot13, reverse, or change hasklel casing eg upper-to-lower. If you want to prepare yourself better I can vouch for the Haskell from first principles Book. Since then I use yesod exclusively. There are a lot of choices you don’t need to make.

This is called the foundation type.

Either way good luck! Yesod is a Haskell web framework for productive development of type-safe, RESTful, high performance web applications.

Your beginner questions are usually answered somewhere a simple Google query will anr you. Scottys introductory texts are mostly from and Yesod and Snap get criticised a fair deal in the community. If I were you, I would continue working through Haskell learning stuff while attempting to build smaller IO command line programs.