Scotty is a Haskell framework inspired by Ruby's Sinatra.
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Pro Easy to pick up and use
A simple framework cuts development time and costs. To get started, developers only need to understand how to write routing and actions.
Pro Available on gitHub
Having the source code on gitHub means developers can easily suggest improvements and error reports. They also have a community that can help with any problems that come up.
Con Lacks features due to its small size
Since Scotty is small, it does not contain some features that a complex web application may need. Anything that Scotty can't provide must be either found or written, costing developers.