Type safe routing framework for wai
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Pro Provides type-safe routes
Automatically maps routes to datatypes which are checked at compile time. It uses Template Haskell to reduce boilerplate.
Pro Freely mix "unrouted" handlers with typesafe routing and middleware
Can be used without any routing or Template Haskell. "Unrouted" handlers can be freely mixed and matched with typed routing and middleware.
Pro Easy to customise
Wai-routes is extremely easy to customise. It's neutral to other parts of the system such as the templating language, or the wai server being used. Wai-routes only targets and provides full access to the wai API. The wai-routes handlers are also simple functions which are passed the request data and the environment and return a Response in IO. Arbitrary middleware, routes, and handlers can be mixed together to construct an application.
Performs quite well when compared with other Haskell web frameworks.
Pro Subsites support
Subsites provide encapsulation and ability compile time enforcement of contracts between main site and subsites.
Pro Provides nested routes
Nested routes allow reduction of boilerplate code.
Pro Route annotations
Route annotations provide an easy way to "mark" routes for extra processing.
Con Learning curve
Even though it's a "micro" framework, it has a steep learning curve when using advanced features such as subsites.