Simple Servant + Persistent + Katip template for starting a new project

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  • servant-persistent-template

    Simple servant-persistent template with up to date libraries, multipart form data API, basic User management model, property testing, simple JWT authentication, example public/private routes, among other features

    Simple servant-persistent template with up-to-date libraries, multipart form data API, basic User management model, property testing, simple JWT authentication, public/private routes, among other things. It's inspired by the amazing Matt Parsons' template but has some different approaches for project structure, libraries are updated, and has more features to start playing with Servant like a multipart form data endpoint, property testing, and public/private example routes.

  • servant-persistent

    A brief example of Servant with Persistent

    Simple servant-persistent template with up-to-date libraries, multipart form data API, basic User management model, property testing, simple JWT authentication, public/private routes, among other things. It's inspired by the amazing Matt Parsons' template but has some different approaches for project structure, libraries are updated, and has more features to start playing with Servant like a multipart form data endpoint, property testing, and public/private example routes.

  • Scout APM

    Less time debugging, more time building. Scout APM allows you to find and fix performance issues with no hassle. Now with error monitoring and external services monitoring, Scout is a developer's best friend when it comes to application development.

  • pool-conduit

    Persistence interface for Haskell allowing multiple storage methods.

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