1. Now that you have a working project you should use the # \Yesod book to learn more. # You can also use this scaffolded site to explore some basic concepts.
  2. This page was generated by the #{handlerName} handler in # \Handler/Home.hs.
  3. The #{handlerName} handler is set to generate your site's home screen in Routes file # config/routes
  4. The HTML you are seeing now is actually composed by a number of widgets, # most of them are brought together by the defaultLayout function which # is defined in the Foundation.hs module, and used by #{handlerName}. # All the files for templates and wigdets are in templates.
  5. A Widget's Html, Css and Javascript are separated in three files with the # \.hamlet, .lucius and .julius extensions.
  6. If you had javascript enabled then you wouldn't be seeing this.
  7. This is an example trivial Form. Read the # \Forms chapter # on the yesod book to learn more about them. $maybe (info,con) <- submission
    Your file's type was #{fileContentType info}. You say it has: #{con}
  8. And last but not least, Testing. In tests/main.hs you will find a # test suite that performs tests on this page. # You can run your tests by doing:
    yesod test