[Haskell-cafe] Haskell Web Framework
michael at snoyman.com
Mon Jan 26 12:49:47 EST 2009
On Mon, Jan 26, 2009 at 9:37 AM, John A. De Goes <john at n-brain.net> wrote:
> The best approach is to push as much functionality into the client as
> possible. The ideal server-side framework consists of nothing more than a
> permissions-based interface to persistence and network services. That's it.
> Web designers can pretty easily style dynamically generated HTML, if the
> semantics are good -- you just need to let them capture that HTML in any
> given part of the application.
> the client. Sure, some server-side work needs to be done, but it's extremely
> minimal. Far more needs to be done on the client-side. There's not many
> people working on that and the infrastructure is in need of more creative
> input and development resources.
That's great in theory, but then you end of with inaccessible web sites,
index you. I think any framework should transparently make a site work the
way you describe and as plain HTML.
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