json-rpc VS connection

Compare json-rpc vs connection and see what are their differences.


Fully-featured JSON-RPC 2.0 library for Haskell programs (by jprupp)


simple client connection library in haskell with builtin features: SSL/TLS, SOCKS, session management. (by vincenthz)
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json-rpc connection
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0.0 0.0
7 months ago 5 months ago
Haskell Haskell
MIT License BSD 3-clause "New" or "Revised" License
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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.


Posts with mentions or reviews of connection. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2023-06-05.
  • Crypton is forked from cryptonite with the original authors permission
    5 projects | /r/haskell | 5 Jun 2023
    Trying to build the "old" hs-connection (which is still in my my project's dependency tree) after a cabal update, I now get this : Network/Connection.hs:123:43: error: • Couldn't match expected type ‘crypton-x509-store-1.6.9:Data.X509.CertificateStore.CertificateStore’ with actual type ‘Data.X509.CertificateStore.CertificateStore’ NB: ‘crypton-x509-store-1.6.9:Data.X509.CertificateStore.CertificateStore’ is defined in ‘Data.X509.CertificateStore’ in package ‘crypton-x509-store-1.6.9’ ‘Data.X509.CertificateStore.CertificateStore’ is defined in ‘Data.X509.CertificateStore’ in package ‘x509-store-1.6.9’ • In the ‘sharedCAStore’ field of a record In the ‘clientShared’ field of a record In the expression: (TLS.defaultParamsClient (fst cid) portString) {TLS.clientSupported = def {TLS.supportedCiphers = TLS.ciphersuite_default}, TLS.clientShared = def {TLS.sharedCAStore = globalCertificateStore cg, TLS.sharedValidationCache = validationCache}} | 123 | { TLS.sharedCAStore = globalCertificateStore cg | Error: cabal: Failed to build connection-0.3.1.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing json-rpc and connection you can also consider the following projects:


pcap - Haskell bindings for the pcap library, which provides a low level interface to packet capture systems.

tls - TLS/SSL implementation in haskell

prometheus-client - Haskell client library for exposing prometheus.io metrics.

gogol - A comprehensive Google Services SDK for Haskell.

curl - A Haskell binding to the curl library

hs-twitterarchiver - Commandline Twitter feed archiver

pagerduty - Haskell PagerDuty API Client

api-builder - library for building JSON API wrappers in haskell

helics - New Relic® agent SDK wrapper for Haskell