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Haskell Web Toolkit (further referred to as ''HsWTK'') is a thin layer built on top of [[#DOM|DOM]] interfaces.
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Haskell Web Toolkit (further referred to as ''HsWTK'') is a thin layer built on top of [[#DOM|DOM]] interfaces. It provides program interfaces to compose static layout of a web application page, and to hook up visual elements of an application to event handlers and XML HTTP communication means. HsWTK hides the low-level DOM APIs where possible; however their knowledge may be necessary to develop certain types of visual components and event handlers.
   
 
===Widgets===
 
===Widgets===

Revision as of 03:10, 15 March 2008

Haskell Web Toolkit (further referred to as HsWTK) is a thin layer built on top of DOM interfaces. It provides program interfaces to compose static layout of a web application page, and to hook up visual elements of an application to event handlers and XML HTTP communication means. HsWTK hides the low-level DOM APIs where possible; however their knowledge may be necessary to develop certain types of visual components and event handlers.

Contents

1 Widgets

1.1 HTML elements as widgets

1.2 Passive widgets

1.3 Containers

1.4 Active widgets