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Building a backbone for a full-stack web app with a single config file
2 projects | dev.to | 9 Sep 2022
As a result – we’ll get a simple and fun pet project. You can find the complete codebase here.
What are popular ORMs for Node.js?
16 projects | reddit.com/r/node | 28 Jul 2022
From what Wasp standpoint, we really liked that Prisma schema is a DSL (since Wasp is also a DSL!). And it is quite elegant one, writing a parser for it was much simpler than I initially expected I have to admit (https://github.com/wasp-lang/wasp/blob/main/waspc/src/Wasp/Psl/Parser/Model.hs).
Lessons from Writing a Compiler
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 15 Jul 2022
Our compiler stack is in Haskell so we initially started with Parsec (parsec combinator library) and then eventually switched to Happy (parser generator that Haskell uses itself) since we didn't have a formal grammar defined. so that made us write a lot of code for every little addition to the language (it's a simple declarative DSL, https://github.com/wasp-lang/wasp).
The problem we're now facing with Happy is that it doesn't really have support for error recovery. We're trying to implement LSP so recovery is important in order to have proper syntax highlighting and error reporting in an IDE.
Wondering how well ANTLR covers this, I was quite surprised to find out that Happy has so little support for it.
Wasp - language for developing full-stack Node + React web apps with no boilerplate [Testers Wanted]
2 projects | reddit.com/r/node | 30 Jun 2022
But this Wasp boilerplate we will also remove -> we just didn't have time to get to it yet, Wasp is still in Alpha, we are a small team, and there is so much work, so we have to prioritize. But we have some good ideas how to remove this boilerplate in Wasp -> as you said yourself, if we are aiming to remove boilerplate, it looks silly if we also introduce additional one. Here is a bit of discussion we had so far about removing boilerplate in Wasp: https://github.com/wasp-lang/wasp/issues/618 .2 projects | reddit.com/r/node | 30 Jun 2022
Our repo: https://github.com/wasp-lang/wasp
[May Update] Wasp - language for developing full-stack JS apps with no boilerplate
3 projects | dev.to | 27 Jun 2022
And if you haven't yet, please star us on Github! Yes, we are shameless star beggars, but if you believe in the project and want to support it that's one of the best ways to do it (next to actually building something with Wasp - go do that too! :D). Don't do it for us, do it for Leslie Knope:
Learn Haskell by building a blog generator – a project-oriented Haskell book
7 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 8 Jun 2022
This is really cool! I've been looking for something like for a while - my learning path was through LYAH and Real-World Haskell (also tried Haskell from the first principles but a bit too extensive IMO). I think this would fit in perfectly between LYAH and RWH.
I am using Haskell mostly for writing compilers (https://github.com/wasp-lang/wasp currently), but I believe if the tutorial isn't using a lot of specialized libraries/frameworks (which seems to be the case from the first glance), a majority of the material taught should be transferable to any domain.
Best practices for setting up CI tests for a Stack project?
4 projects | reddit.com/r/haskell | 26 Apr 2022
You can check out current Github CI workflow here, it uses Cabal, to which we switched recently: https://github.com/wasp-lang/wasp/blob/main/.github/workflows/ci.yaml .
can you recommend active Haskell open source projects?
16 projects | reddit.com/r/haskell | 30 Mar 2022
https://github.com/wasp-lang/wasp - fairly lightweight haskell codebase, so great for beginners. Plus you get to play with compilers, language design and generating end code for web
Building a toy compiler in Haskell, what kind of parser should I be using?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/haskell | 4 Jan 2022
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