Haskell doesn't make sense without pure functions

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  • capability

    Extensional capabilities and deriving combinators

  • ether

    Monad Transformers and Classes

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  • fused-effects

    A fast, flexible, fused effect system for Haskell

  • hasql-th

    Template Haskell utilities for Hasql

    I'd consider hasql-th a good example in what concerns databases. Otherwise, I just use aeson together with deriving-aeson and lens-aeson.

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