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Deploying an IHP Project to Fly.io
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 28 Jun 2022
- You can see all Features of IHP described on the website https://ihp.digitallyinduced.com/
If you want to play with IHP and build your first Haskell app:
- Installing IHP: https://ihp.digitallyinduced.com/Guide/installation.html
- Creating your First Project: https://ihp.digitallyinduced.com/Guide/your-first-project.ht...
Learn Haskell by building a blog generator – a project-oriented Haskell book
7 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 8 Jun 2022
If you want to do web development with Haskell beyond building a blog generator, a good starting point is IHP (https://ihp.digitallyinduced.com/ https://github.com/digitallyinduced/ihp). IHP is Haskell's version of Laravel/Rails/Django. It's really a superpower to have Haskell's type system combined with the rapid development approach of Rails :) (Disclaimer: I'm founder of the company that makes IHP)
Show HN: Feature flags on the edge, with Haskell and Rust
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 24 May 2022
Hey everyone! I wanted to play with Haskell ([IHP](https://ihp.digitallyinduced.com/)), and Rust (Cloudflare workers), so I decided to make a product with them. This is the MVP I’ve come up with. It supports teams, projects, environments, flag variations, scheduling and expiry, and a reasonably complete targeting system that support Boolean logic combining user ID targets, arbitrary metadata targeting, rollout targets, and default fallthrough variations. There’s a typescript and react SDK, and swagger API docs. The website runs on IHP, and the actual flag resolving API is deployed on cloudflare workers, so response times are generally 40-100ms. Coming soon: reusable groupings of users, and a dashboard showing all the users that have been targeted, what flags they evaluated, and what they evaluated to.
Let me know what you think!
Thin Backend - Instant Postgres Backend for React/Vue/Svelte/... Apps with Realtime , Optimistic Updates & Auto-generated TypeScript Bindings
You might want to check out IHP https://ihp.digitallyinduced.com It’s the same design principles that power thin, but designed for Multi page apps.
thin.dev: Typesafe realtime backend for react/svelte/.. apps, 400+ Stars on GitHub
2 projects | reddit.com/r/coolgithubprojects | 16 May 2022
Yep exactly, you can find it mostly here https://github.com/digitallyinduced/ihp/tree/master/IHP/IDE/SchemaDesigner But no Haskell is needed for using Thin itself
IHP v0.19.0 has been released 🎉
1 project | reddit.com/r/haskell | 4 May 2022
11 Companies That Use Haskell in Production
5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 3 May 2022
Haskell is famous for it's quite an academic nature. But the ecosystem has drastically improved in recent years, so that that image is really outdated by now.
E.g. with Haskell Language Server we have nice autocompletion. Recently dot-notation has been added, so you can now write `someValue.someField` as in other languages. And the documentation is improving as well.
If you're doing web development, a good starting point is IHP (https://ihp.digitallyinduced.com/). IHP is Haskell's version of Laravel/Rails/Django. It's really a superpower to have Haskell's type system combined with the rapid development approach of Rails :) (Disclaimer: I'm founder of the company that makes IHP)
Introduction to Haskell Typeclasses
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 27 Apr 2022
If this post got you interested in learning more about Haskell and you want to see type classes in some real code, a great starting point for Haskell is IHP :)
IHP is a new Haskell framework with a focus on actual building applications. Imagine the productiveness of rails combined with the typesafety of Haskell.
It's now already the biggest Haskell web framework, we just hit 3200 GitHub stars. I belive Haskell can reach a lot more than it's currently doing if we get things easy to use.
Show HN: Thin Back end, a universal back end for making realtime React Apps
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 26 Apr 2022
Do you think making it more open source would solve the issue?
Thin is mostly based on IHP DataSync. You can the source code here https://github.com/digitallyinduced/ihp/blob/master/IHP/Data... Thin itself is just a "thin" wrapper around IHP and IHP DataSync.
Front end web development without node/npm
2 projects | reddit.com/r/webdev | 23 Jun 2022
I've not used it, but it sounds like you're looking for something like Phoenix?
Render beautiful pdf invoice with phoenix and pagedjs
3 projects | dev.to | 22 Jun 2022
In this blog post, using phoenix and pagedjs we are going to render invoice in pdf format.
Do it to learn Elixir
2 projects | dev.to | 15 Jun 2022
The best would be to set aside at least 40 minutes of study a day. Being 20 minutes focused on the core of the language, solving problems and a website that can help you a lot and exercism. Another 20 minutes some of the core frameworks like: Phoenix, Ecto, Enum
Using CQRS in a simple Phoenix API with Commanded
7 projects | dev.to | 10 May 2022
It's a very familiar API that can be implemented in a few minutes with the Phoenix Framework.
Fly.io Buys Litestream
15 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 9 May 2022
It already has it . Native litestream that RPC's to the primary sounds interesting though!
Show HN: Xlibe: a serverless Xlib (X11) compatibility layer for Haiku
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 26 Apr 2022
Yeah, I have been playing with RDP/remote desktop solutions in Docker for the same need. Another option is using something like the Phoenix framework in Elixir.
What techniques are you using, is remote desktop or a new desktop application framework?
Is Supabase suitable for chat app?
5 projects | reddit.com/r/Supabase | 21 Mar 2022
Its using https://www.phoenixframework.org/ (which handle websocket like a boss) and postgres so yeah in theory in can handle a lot of connection for little resources.
Does Google use Angular for all of its projects? Especially Youtube?
6 projects | reddit.com/r/webdev | 16 Mar 2022
Livewire is inspired by Phoenix liveview I think. Definitely my favorite way to make web stuff these days
ProcessWire's Pros and Cons
3 projects | dev.to | 14 Mar 2022
Realtime systems. For example chat applications or long living operations. For these kind of systems there are better tools like Elixir with Phoenix .
Rails adds support for Fiber-safe ActiveRecord ConnectionPools
5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 24 Feb 2022
Have you looked at Phoenix?
A ton of new Rails features/development you mentioned is inspired by work the Phoenix team built, who were also once core Rails contributors.
What are some alternatives?
hotwire-rails - Use Hotwire in your Ruby on Rails app
sugar - Modular web framework for Elixir
Django - The Web framework for perfectionists with deadlines.
kitto - Kitto is a framework for interactive dashboards written in Elixir
Elixir - Elixir is a dynamic, functional language designed for building scalable and maintainable applications
RIG - Create low-latency, interactive user experiences for stateless microservices.
trot - An Elixir web micro-framework.
morphdom - Fast and lightweight DOM diffing/patching (no virtual DOM needed)
Ruby on Rails - Ruby on Rails
haskell-ux - Let's make Haskells error messages helpful :)
miso - :ramen: A tasty Haskell front-end framework