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== Web Project Ideas ==
 
== Web Project Ideas ==
   
Below is essentially a wishlist of projects. If you decide to implement one of them, please update this page accordingly!
 
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Please add your own ideas to this page. In addition, the Yesod project keeps [http://wiki.yesodweb.com/Wishlist its own wishlist] which includes many generally-useful project ideas.
   
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=== Completed ===
 
* Augment authenticate package to support more providers (Twitter, Facebook, OpenId 2, etc)
 
* 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 [http://github.com/snoyberg/hack-handler-webkit hack-handler-webkit] for prior art.
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* See wai-handler-webkit, though it would be nice if it had better Windows support. 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.
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* I'm satisfied with Persistent, though there is still plenty to be done in this design space. 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.
 
=== Completed ===
 
 
* See Hamlet. Compile-time checked templates. [[Bravo]] might be a possibility, though a StringTemplate syntax might be more user-friendly. Also, link checking should be included.
 
* See Hamlet. Compile-time checked templates. [[Bravo]] might be a possibility, though a StringTemplate syntax might be more user-friendly. Also, link checking should be included.
 
* Included in wai-extra. GZIP compression using an Enumerator instead of a lazy bytestring. This would clean up the GZIP middleware in wai-extra.
 
* Included in wai-extra. GZIP compression using an Enumerator instead of a lazy bytestring. This would clean up the GZIP middleware in wai-extra.

Revision as of 20:33, 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

Web Project Ideas

Please add your own ideas to this page. In addition, the Yesod project keeps its own wishlist which includes many generally-useful project ideas.

Completed

  • Augment authenticate package to support more providers (Twitter, Facebook, OpenId 2, etc)
  • See wai-handler-webkit, though it would be nice if it had better Windows support. Create a WAI handler which uses Webkit to convert web applications into desktop apps. See hack-handler-webkit for prior art.
  • I'm satisfied with Persistent, though there is still plenty to be done in this design space. 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.
  • See Hamlet. Compile-time checked templates. Bravo might be a possibility, though a StringTemplate syntax might be more user-friendly. Also, link checking should be included.
  • Included in wai-extra. GZIP compression using an Enumerator instead of a lazy bytestring. This would clean up the GZIP middleware in wai-extra.
  • See wai-fastcgi. fastcgi handler for WAI. See the hack-handler-fastcgi package; it should be a simple port.