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In order to make browsing, discussing and contributing information about the various areas of web development, they are presented below in sections:
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The web development community in Haskell has recently had a large boost in activity, resulting in a plethora of choices in libraries. As usual, a breadth of options is a double edged sword: you can choose the tools more to your style, but it is harder to find quality tools.
   
Software:
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[[Web/Contributing|Contributing to the web development section]]
 
* [[Web/Servers|Servers]]
 
* [[Web/Frameworks|Frameworks]]
 
* [[Web/Framework Interfaces|Interfaces to frameworks]]
 
* [[Web/Databases and Persistence|Databases and Persistence]]
 
* [[Web/Libraries|Libraries]]
 
* [[Web/Testing and Verification|Testing and Verification]]
 
* [[Web/Content Management|Content Management]]
 
 
Community & research:
 
 
* [[Web/Forums and Discussion|Forums and Discussion]]
 
* [[Web/Literature|Literature (research, talks and blogs)]]
 
* [[Web/Existing software|Existing Haskell web applications]]
 
* [[Web/Projects and Ideas|Ongoing projects and ideas]]
 
 
The web development community in Haskell has recently had a large boost in activity, resulting in a plethora of choices in libraries. As usual, a breadth of options is a double edged sword: you can choose the tools more to your style, but it is harder to find quality tools. [[Web/Contributing|More about contributing to the web development wiki.]]
 

Revision as of 12:52, 3 October 2010

Haskell Web Development

Software:
Servers - Libraries - Frameworks
Deploy - Cloud
Interfaces to frameworks
Databases and Persistence
Testing and Verification
Content Management

Community & Research:
Forums and Discussion
Literature (research, talks and blogs)
Existing Haskell web applications
Ongoing projects and ideas

The web development community in Haskell has recently had a large boost in activity, resulting in a plethora of choices in libraries. As usual, a breadth of options is a double edged sword: you can choose the tools more to your style, but it is harder to find quality tools.

Contributing to the web development section