Monthly Hask Anything (July 2022)

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  • jordan

    Abstract, inspectable JSON representation of Haskell objects

    I'm having some trouble getting GHC to use a quantified constraint in my library jordan (Link is to the specific PR where the issue is arising, and is very much a WIP).

  • dependent-sum

    Dependent sums and supporting typeclasses for comparing and displaying them

    What is the dependent-sum library for? I must be missing something subtle, because it looks like an over-complicated sum type?

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    A community version of the renowned "Learn You a Haskell" (LYAH) tutorials collection!

    I'm just under halfway through LYAH and I have to say, it's not clicking at all. I can't put my finger on it but I feel like I'm not learning much.

  • bytestring

    An efficient compact, immutable byte string type (both strict and lazy) suitable for binary or 8-bit character data.

    If you bring in efficient strings from bytestring, densely packed arrays from vector, and an in-place sort from vector-algorithms, you can bring it down to 275ms (uses 19MB of mem).

  • obelisk

    Functional reactive web and mobile applications, with batteries included.

    I can't speak to the nicest way, as I haven't actually developed any Android apps with Haskell, but I've been meaning to give Obelisk a try.

  • monad-bayes

    A library for probabilistic programming in Haskell.

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