The barley package
Barley is an environment for tinkering with Haskell. It is a web server with an embedded simple programming environment rendered as web pages. The environment allows you to easily edit Haskell code and quickly see the result of running it. Barley includes a tutorial aimed at people with some programming and web experience, but it assumes no exposure to Haskell or functional programming. The tutorial takes the developer from generating a simple web page through a modest web application with database backend storage. Along the way it exposes the programmer to the basic idioms needed to do simple programming tasks.
|Versions||0.3, 0.3.0.1, 0.3.0.2|
|Dependencies||base (4.*), bytestring (0.9.*), containers (≥0.3 & <0.5), directory (≥1.0 & <1.2), filepath (≥1.1 & <1.3), ghc (≥6.10 & <7.1), ghc-prim (0.2.*), html (1.0.*), plugins (≥22.214.171.124 & <1.6), snap-core (0.4.*), snap-server (0.4.*), text (≥0.7 & <0.12), transformers (0.2.*), unix-compat|
|Author||Johan Tibell, Mark Lentczner|
|Upload date||Sat Feb 12 20:42:51 UTC 2011|