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  • dream

    Tidy, feature-complete Web framework

    The framework I played around with for OCaml was called Dream: https://github.com/aantron/dream. I think it had built-in support for auth, but I didn't use it in what I was doing. I also barely scratched the surface of what it supported. On the whole, it seemed really nice though. The biggest issues I had were figuring out OCaml since I'd literally never used it before and figuring out how to make an HTTP call from within OCaml since the documentation can be iffy. Thankfully, Dream's documentation was actually reasonably good.

  • yesod-persistent

    A RESTful Haskell web framework built on WAI.

    I also looked into Snap (http://snapframework.com/) and Yesod (https://www.yesodweb.com/) for Haskell. I didn't really get anywhere with those though because I had build issues with dependencies and was in a bit of a hurry so I put them off for later.

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  • snap

    Top-level package for the official Snap Framework libraries, includes the snaplets API as well as infrastructure for sessions, auth, and templates. (by snapframework)

    I also looked into Snap (http://snapframework.com/) and Yesod (https://www.yesodweb.com/) for Haskell. I didn't really get anywhere with those though because I had build issues with dependencies and was in a bit of a hurry so I put them off for later.

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