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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. [[Web/Contributing|About contributing to the web development section]]
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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.
   
Choose from the menu on the right, which remains on all web-development-related pages.
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You may want to start on this wiki by looking at [[Web/Frameworks]].
 
For those new to web programming in Haskell, a good start may be to peer over [[Web/Frameworks|the currently active frameworks]]; there are many, or to read the [[Web/Literature/Practical_web_programming_in_Haskell|tutorial on simple CGI programming]], which may not be the most sophisticated approaches to web development, but it is practical and easy to get going.
 
   
 
Please join us on [[Web/Forums_and_Discussion|the mailing lists]] to discuss web development in Haskell.
 
Please join us on [[Web/Forums_and_Discussion|the mailing lists]] to discuss web development in Haskell.

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.