Hi, I recently got into the Haskell world and I would like to use it for some web development. Ideally I would like to use a "minimalist" framework on the server-side combined with something like Angular on the client side. Can you share your experiences with web development using Haskell, as well as the frameworks/stacks you are using?submitted by ruipfcosta
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I am wondering whether there is a utility for spell checking comments within Haskell files. Preferably runnable from the command line.
Failing that, I can use aspell with the documentation generated from haddock, however this isn't really ideal as it will change the HTML files generated, not the Haskell source.
I am using Ubuntu and am rather new to it, so there may be a general utility I should be using that perhaps someone can point me in the direction of?submitted by AIburnett
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Many sources claims that the 'fluent interface' ( From Martin Fowler) or 'method chaining' in Object Orientated languages are monads like JQuery and LINQ. Is that true ??
Those sources claims that JQuery is a monad:
The Sources below also claims that the Fluent Interface is a 'Monad' ( I don't know if it is really monads in C#) that encapsulates Null checking and Flow Control.
By the definition of Monads they are:
A type that wraps a value or in other words, encapsulates an value
has an Method unit/ constructor
unit :: a -> M a
has an Method bind ( >>= ) in Haskell
bind :: M a -> ( a -> Mb) -> M b
I don't know how the Fluent Interface OO pattern fits the definition of Monads in FP.
Here one example from: http://channel9.msdn.com/coding4fun/blog/Being-Fluent-Fluid-and-Functional-with-Monadsneteniacsparc2xyz
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I see 4 Haskell plugins listed in the JetBrains plugin respository. I'm a Haskell noob so I wouldn't know which features to place more weight on - could someone using Haskell with a JetBrains IDE advise on which one works best?submitted by asampaleanu
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There's the links on the sidebar and these: http://yannesposito.com/Scratch/en/blog/Haskell-the-Hard-Way/ http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/aa/Write_Yourself_a_Scheme_in_48_Hours.pdf http://dev.stephendiehl.com/fun/ So many to choose from, its a bit overwhelming. Any opinions on a good tutorial that's rigorous/not watered down, has theory etc? More CLRS/SICP less cs101?submitted by nhjk
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