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* Create a WAI handler which uses Webkit to convert web applications into desktop apps. See [http://github.com/snoyberg/hack-handler-webkit hack-handler-webkit] for prior art.
 
* Create a WAI handler which uses Webkit to convert web applications into desktop apps. See [http://github.com/snoyberg/hack-handler-webkit hack-handler-webkit] for prior art.
 
* The Haskell equivalent of an Object Relational Mapping. Of course, we're not object-oriented, so we have an advantage in this department. Also, we shouldn't limit ourselves to SQL.
 
* The Haskell equivalent of an Object Relational Mapping. Of course, we're not object-oriented, so we have an advantage in this department. Also, we shouldn't limit ourselves to SQL.
* Compile-time checked templates. Bravo might be a possibility, though a StringTemplate syntax might be more user-friendly. Also, link checking should be included.
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* Compile-time checked templates. [[Bravo]] might be a possibility, though a StringTemplate syntax might be more user-friendly. Also, link checking should be included.
 
* GZIP compression using an Enumerator instead of a lazy bytestring. This would clean up the GZIP middleware in wai-extra.
 
* GZIP compression using an Enumerator instead of a lazy bytestring. This would clean up the GZIP middleware in wai-extra.
 
* fastcgi handler for WAI. See the hack-handler-fastcgi package; it should be a simple port.
 
* fastcgi handler for WAI. See the hack-handler-fastcgi package; it should be a simple port.

Revision as of 23:26, 23 March 2010

Web Project Ideas

Below is essentially a wishlist of projects. If you decide to implement one of them, please update this page accordingly!

  • Augment authenticate package to support more providers (Twitter, Facebook, OpenId 2, etc)
  • Create a WAI handler which uses Webkit to convert web applications into desktop apps. See hack-handler-webkit for prior art.
  • The Haskell equivalent of an Object Relational Mapping. Of course, we're not object-oriented, so we have an advantage in this department. Also, we shouldn't limit ourselves to SQL.
  • Compile-time checked templates. Bravo might be a possibility, though a StringTemplate syntax might be more user-friendly. Also, link checking should be included.
  • GZIP compression using an Enumerator instead of a lazy bytestring. This would clean up the GZIP middleware in wai-extra.
  • fastcgi handler for WAI. See the hack-handler-fastcgi package; it should be a simple port.