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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.
 
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.
   
In order to make browsing, discussing and contributing information about the various areas of web development, they are presented below in sections. [[Web/Contributing|More about contributing to the web development wiki.]]
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You may want to start on this wiki by looking at [[Web/Frameworks]].
 
Please choose from the areas below:
 
 
Software:
 
 
* [[Web/Servers|Servers]]
 
* [[Web/Frameworks|Frameworks]]
 
* [[Web/Framework Interfaces|Interfaces to frameworks]]
 
* [[Web/Databases and Persistence|Databases and Persistence]]
 
* [[Web/Libraries|Libraries]]
 
 
Community & research:
 
   
* [[Web/Forums and Discussion|Forums and Discussion]]
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Please join us on [[Web/Forums_and_Discussion|the mailing lists]] to discuss web development in Haskell.
* [[Web/Literature|Literature (research, talks and blogs)]]
 
* [[Web/Existing software|Existing Haskell web applications]]
 
* [[Web/Projects and Ideas|Ongoing projects and ideas]]
 

Latest revision as of 20:04, 17 February 2011

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.

You may want to start on this wiki by looking at Web/Frameworks.

Please join us on the mailing lists to discuss web development in Haskell.