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Revision as of 02:44, 15 November 2006

1 YCR2JS, a Converter of Yhc Core to Javascript

1.1 Table of Contents

  1. Brief Overview
  2. Users Guide
  3. Programmers Guide
  4. Examples and Demos
Echo
Description: Type any text in the input field provided, and see it echoed right above after Enter is pressed. Just for fun, type any decimal number and see it converted to a Roman number, and vice versa.
Features: Lowest possible level of interaction with web browser:
  • Simple monadic framework
  • Wrapping Javascript functions to become Haskell functions
  • Calling Haskell functions from Javascript
  • Access to Javascript (including DOM) objects and properties
  • Handling of Javascript exceptions in Haskell
  • Events handling
  • Third party code of some "general" purpose works in web browser
Tested with: Netscape 7/Linux, MSIE 6.0/Windows 2000, Konqueror 3.5.5/Linux, Opera/Windows

feel free to add your own combination of browser/os where you got this demo working

Demo URL: http://darcs.haskell.org/yhc/web/jsdemos/Echo.html
Haskell Source: http://darcs.haskell.org/yhc/web/jsdemos/Echo.hs
http://darcs.haskell.org/yhc/web/jsdemos/Roman.hs (C) Malcolm Wallace


--DimitryGolubovsky 19:02, 6 November 2006 (UTC)