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We Haskellers are accustomed to flying completely blind when using many libraries, luckily with Servant this isn’t the case. It features comprehensive tutorials, literate haskell examples for many use cases and great Haddock documentation for everything else. See More
You actually have to count the index of the entry where you changed the specification, and then go and change the entry at the same index in the list of implementation methods. There is no other indication that the two are connected. This along with complex and verbose route definitions, makes it very hard to safely make changes to an API. See More
Happstack has been around for over seven years. During this time developers used the framework and offered feedback to improve it. As a result, it is stable and unlikely to have major changes. Happstack Lite was created from all of this feedback See More
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. See More
The comprehensive Snap documentation is currently outdated (last activity appears to have been 2013), though Snap itself is under active development. Note that this primarily affects tutorials and guides; the API documentation is generated automatically and remains current. See More
Easiest way of turning a PostgreSQL database into a REST API. See More