A minimalistic, Django-inspired web framework for Haskell.

It provides Request and Response objects, and utilities for creating and dispatching URLs using CGI. It also includes some 'view processors' for common tasks, such as cookie signing and CSRF protection. It has better Unicode support than the CGI module.


Not implemented

Not included

These things are out of scope for what I had in mind:

What sucks

Should I use this?

Probably not, in it's current state, especially as I'm making no guarantees about API stability. But it might be useful to other people as a starting point. Having mainly implemented the project for which it was started, I have no great plans to further develop it.

What should I use instead?

Not to be confused with: